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MILK PRODUCTION 
AND DAIRY 

PRODUCTS 



Annual Statistical Summary 



N^VV/'V^/V^^SO.'N/V^V* 



I960 




Da 3 (61) 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 

Agricultural Marketing Service 

Crop Reporting Board 

Washington, D.C. 

February 1961 



CONTENTS 

Page 

Summary . ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••••••••••••••••• 3 

Milk cove and milk production on farms h 

Tables: 

Milk cows and milk production, by years 

United States 5 

States 6 

Milk production, by months 

United States 5 

Selected States 7-9 

Milk covs for breeding and replacement purposes 

United States 5 

States 10 

Manufactured dairy products: Production, stocks, sales and prices. 11 

Tables : 
Production 

Butter 12,13 

Cheese 12-15 

Frozen products 12,13 

Evaporated and condensed milk 15,1b 

Dry milk products 16 

Stocks 

Evaporated and condensed milk 17 

Dry milk products 17, 16" 

Manufacturing milk prices and milkfat tests 

Butter 18 

Cheese 18,19 

Evaporated milk 19 

All 19,20 

Manufacturers' selling prices 

Evaporated milk • 20 

Dry milk products 20-22 

Fluid milk and cream: Prices, sales and receipts. 23 

Tables : 

Fluid milk prices 

To producers 2k- 

To consumers 24,25 

Daily sales and test 

Whole milk 26,27 

Skim milk products 26,27 

Milk and cream mixtures 28,29 

Fluid cream 28,29 

Daily receipts 30,31 

Cold storage holdings of dairy products 31,32 

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MILK PRODUCTION AND DAIRY PRODUCTS, i960 l/ 
SUMMARY 

Milk production in the United States totaled 122,920 million pounds in 
i960, about 1 percent more than the revised 1959 production of 121,989 million 
pounds. Prior to i960, milk production had declined for 3 consecutive years from 
the record high of 12^,860 million pounds in 1956. Annual milk production per 
cow set a new record of 7>00U pounds in 19&0, up 3 percent from the previous 
high in 1959* The average number of milk cows on farms during i960 declined 2 
percent from 1959 "to 17,5^9>COO> a record low in the series of estimates 
beginning in 192U. 

Production of all major manufactured dairy products except evaporated whole 
milk, dry skim milk for animal feed, Neufchatel cheese and Limburger cheese was 
higher in i960 than in 1959* Output of total manufactured dairy products was at 
a record high level. New record highs were set by total cheese, cottage cheese 
both curd and creamed, total frozen products, nonfat dry milk, and dry buttermilk. 
Cheese varieties showing new highs were brick and Munster combined, blue mold, 
cream, and Italian. Ice cream output was only slightly below the all-time record 
high of 19h6, while production of ice milk and Mellorine soared to new peaks and 
sherbet output was the fourth largest of record. Creamery butter production rose 
k percent over 1959 and canned sweetened condensed whole milk was up for the Ij-th 
consecutive year. On the other hand, output of evaporated whole milk dropped to 
the lowest level in 2 decades. 

Prices paid by dealers for milk for fluid use in l60 United States markets 
during i960 averaged $5-^8 per hundredweight -- 7 cents higher than in 1959* 
Single quart home delivery prices at 26.3 cents in 25 major cities on the average 
were 0.6 cent higher than the previous year. Estimates of whole milk product 
sales (average daily basis) in 65 Federal Order and 6 State marketing areas 
during i960 were fractionally higher than 1959* For skim milk products, estimated 
sales in 69 of these markets advanced 6 percent for the period. Milk and cream 
mixture sales in 66 of these areas were 3 percent higher. Other cream product 
sales in the 66 marketing areas were fractionally lower than in 1959* Average 
daily receipts of milk in 7^ Federal Order and 5 State marketing areas increased 
6 percent from 1959 to i960. Receipts per producer advanced 8 percent. The 
average milkfat test of receipts in 78 of these areas was 3.72 percent in i960 
compared with 3-71 percent in 1959* 

By the end of i960 refrigerated warehouse holdings of creamery butter totaled 
77 million pounds, almost two and one-half times the December 31, 1959 stocks. 
The 1955-59 average for the month is 75 million pounds. Year-end stocks of total 
cheese, at 333 million pounds, were almost 29 million pounds higher than for the 
same date a year earlier but 6l million pounds under average. Holdings of cream 
showed little change from a year ago with 8 million pounds in storage on 
December 31, i960. Evaporated and condensed milk (bulk and case goods) in 
refrigerated warehouses amounted to 3k million pounds by the end of i960. This 
compares with h-3 million pounds stored a year earlier and average stocks of 
kl million pounds for the date. 



1/ This report was prepared in the Dairy Statistics Branch under the 
direction of I. E. Wissinger, Chief, and agricultural statisticians W. D. Bormuth, 
G. G. Butler, L. W. Haynes, L. W. Wallin, and M. R. Banks. 

- 3 - 



MILK COWS AND MILK PRODUCTION, i960 

Milk production in the United States totaled 122,920 million pounds in 
i960, about 1 percent more than the revised 1959 production of 121,989 million 
pounds. Prior to i960, milk production had declined for 3 consecutive years 
from the record high of 12U,860 million pounds in 1956. Annual milk output per 
cow increased 3 percent from 1959 "to i960, more than offsetting a 2-percent 
decline in milk cow numbers. 

Most of the increase of 931 million pounds in U. S. milk production from 
1959 to i960 occurred in the North Atlantic and Western regions which both 
had gains of 3 percent. Milk production in the important North Central area 
showed little change from 1959* Production increased slightly from 1959 i n 
the South Atlantic region but dropped 2 percent in the South Central. 

Annual milk production per cow set a new record of 7>00U pounds in i960, 
up 189 pounds from the previous high in 1959* Annual U. S. output per cow 
has increased 3 to ^ percent each year since 195*+ • I Q the East North Central 
region, the annual rate increased only 1 percent from 1959> partly due to cold 
spring weather which delayed turning out herds on pasture. The increase in 
milk per cow was 3 percent in all other regions except the South Atlantic, 
where it was 2 percent. 

The average number of milk cows on farms during i960 was YJ ,^>k^, 000, a 
record low in the series of estimates beginning in I92U. Milk cow numbers 
have decreased each year since 1953; hut the decline from 1959 to i960 was 
only 2 percent, compared with k to 5 percent in each of the three preceding 
years. In the North Atlantic and Western regions, milk cow numbers were 
practically unchanged from 1959 to i960. The decline was only 1 percent in 
the East North Central region, but all other regions showed decreases ranging 
from 2 to 5 percent. 

Revised estimates of milk production for 1955-59 

With totals recently available from the 1959 Census of Agriculture taken 
by the Bureau of the Census, the Department of Agriculture has now revised 
the estimates of milk cow numbers and milk production for 1955-59* Current 
estimates are based on information supplied by a sample of dairy farmers 
located throughout the United States. Every 5 years these estimates are ad- 
justed, if necessary, toward the more complete information obtained by the 
Census from all farms. 

Estimates of total U. S. milk production have been revised downward as 
follows: 1-9 percent for 1959; 1.3 percent for 1958; 1.0 percent for 1957; 
0.5 percent for 1956, and 0.1 percent for 1955* The annual average number of 
milk cows estimated for 1959 was revised down 7 percent, but a considerable 
part of this decrease was offset by an upward revision in the rate of milk 
production per cow. The quantity of milk marketed by farmers during 1959 is 
expected to be only about one-half percent less than previously estimated. 

More detailed information on the revised estimates of milk production as 
well as disposition and income from milk, by States, will be published in April. 



- h - 



Table l.-Milk cows and milk production on farms, United States, 1946-60 



Year 


Number of 

milk cows 

on farms l/ 


Production per 
milk cow 2/ 


Total milk production 
on farms 2/ 




Milk Milkfat 


Quantity Per capita 


1946 


Thousands 
24,089 
23,329 
22,336 
22,024 
21,944 
21,505 
21,338 
21,691 
21,581 
21,044 
20,501 
19,774 
18,711 
17,901 
17,549 


Pounds Pounds 
4,886 194 
5,007 199 
5,044 200 
5,272 209 
5,31*+ 210 
5,333 210 
5,374 210 
5,5^2 215 
5,657 219 
5,842 225 
6,090 233 
6,303 240 
6,585 250 
6,815 257 
7,004 263 


Mil . lb . Pounds 
117,697 832 


1947 


116,814 810 


1948 


112,671 768 


1949 


116,103 778 


1950 


116,602 769 


1951 


114,681 743 


195? 


114,671 730 


I953 


120,221 753 


1954 


122,094 752 


1955 3/ 

1956 3/ 

1957 3/ 

1958 3/ 

1959 3/ 

i960 


122,945 744 
124,860 742 
124,628 728 
123,220 708 
121,989 689 
122,920 683 







l/ Average number on farms during year excluding heifers not ye 
calves and milk produced by cows not on farms. 3/ Revised on bas 
Agriculture and other data which have become available since the 



t fresh. 2/ Excludes milk sucked by 
is of data from the 1959 Census of 
original estimates were made. 



Table 2. -Milk cattle for breeding and replacement purposes on farms, United States, January 1, 1947-61 



Year 


Cows and 
heifers 2 
years old 
and over 
kept for 
milk 


Heifers 1-2 years 
.kept for 
milk cows 


Heifer calves under 

1 year kept for 

milk cows 


Cows and heifers 

eliminated during 

year l/ 




Number 


Per 100 
cows 


Number 


Per 100 

cows 


Number 


Per 100 
cows 


I947 


Thousands 
25,842 
24,615 
23,862 
23,853 
23,568 
23,060 
23,549 
23,896 
23,462 
22,912 
22,325 
21,265 
20,132 
19,527 
19,291 


Thousands Number 
5,524 21.4 
5,550 22.5 
5,327 22.3 
5,39*+ 22.6 
5,493 23.3 
5,694 24.7 
5,893 25.0 
5,873 24.6 
5,786 24.7 
5,407 23.6 
5,267 23.6 
5,126 24.1 
5,050 25.I 
5,079 26.0 
5,034 ?6.n 


Thousands Number 

6,317 24.4 
6,004 24.4 
6,081 25.5 
6,208 26.0 
6,337 26.9 
6,481 28.1 
6,479 27.5 
6,392 26.7 
6,094 26.0 
5,890 25.7 
5,699 25.5 
5,571 26.2 
5,526 27.4 
5,575 28.6 
5 , 6ll 90. . i 


Thousands Number 
6,751 26.1 


1948 


6,303 25.6 
5,336 22.4 
5,679 23.8 
6,001 25.5 
5,205 22.6 
5,546 23.6 
6,307 26.4 
6,336 27.0 
5,99*+ 26.2 
6,327 28.3 
6,259 29.4 
5,655 28.1 
5,315 27.2 


1949 


1950 


1951 


1952 


1953 


1954 


1955 2/ 

1956 2/ 

1957 2/ 

1958 2/ 

1959 2/ 

I961 










i 







l/ Cows and hiefers 1 year old and over 
year. Includes animals culled out, death 



at beginning of year less cows 2 years old and over at end of 
losses, and farm slaughter. 2/ Revised. 



Table 3. -Milk production on farms, United States, by months, 1955-60 l/ 

^Tn millions of pounds^ 



Year 


Jan. 


Feb. 


Mar. 


Apr. 


May 


June 


July 


Aug. 


... 

Sept. 


_ .. . . . 

Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Total 


1955... 


9,181 


8,865 


10,433 


11,087 


12,902 12,409 


11,352 


10,425 


9A59 


9,166 


8,583 


9,083 


122,945 


1956... 


9,603 


9,539 


10,839 


11,270 


12,626 12,393 


11,387 


10,465 


9,465 


9,300 


8,730 


9,243 


124,860 


1957... 


9,711 


9,337 


10,807 


11,269 


12,862 12,296 


11,360 


10,385 


9,362 


9,279 


8,712 


9,248 


124,628 


1958. . . 


9,722 


9,201 


10,613 


11,009 


12,386 12,067 


11,101 


10,180 


9,357 


9,352 


8,869 


9,363 


123,220 


1959... 


9,730 


9,208 


10,623 


11,005 


12,230 11,748 


10,773 


9,963 


9,316 


9,240 


8,778 


9,375 


121,989 


i960... 


9,820 


9,580 


10,663 


11,020 


12,206 11,689 


10,750 


10,006 


9,352 


9,365 


8,974 


9, *+95 


122,920 



l/ Revised. 



Table 4. -Milk cows and milk production on farms, by States, 
average I9A9-58, 1959 and i960 1/ 



State 

and 

division 



Milk cows 
on farms 2/ 



Average 

19^9-53 



1959 



i960 



Milk production 
per cow 3/ 



Average 
I9I+9-58 



1959 



i960 



Total milk production 
on farms 3/ 



Average 
I9U9-58 



1959 



i960 



Me 

N. H. ... 
Vt 

Mass. ... 
R. I. ... 
Conn . . . . 
N. Y. ... 
N. J. ... 
Pa 

N. Atl. 

Ohio 

Ind 

Ill 

Mich. ... 
Wis 



E. N. Cent. 

Minn 

Iowa 

Mo 

N. Dak 

S. Dak 

Nebr 

Kans 



W. N. Cent. 

Del 

Md 

Va 

W. Va 

N. C 

S. C 

Ga 

Fla 



S. Atl. 

Ky 

Tenn 

Ala 

Miss 

Ark 

La 

Okla 

Tex 

S. Cent. 

Mont 

Idaho 

Wyo 

Colo 

N. Mex. .. 

Ariz 

Utah 

Nev 

Wash 

Oreg 

Calif. ... 

West. .. 



U. S. 



Thou- 
sands 
109 
60 
268 
115 
18 
106 
1,322 

ll»8 

911 



3,057 

— 36T 

608 

822 

809 

2,234 



5,333 



T7339- 
1,048 
859 
360 
309 
430 
491 



4,855 



230 
406 
188 
344 
146 
304 
162 



1,814 



585 
611 
344 
497 
357 
292 
437 
848 



3,972 



102 

203 

41 

157 

48 
47 
99 
14 

253 

196 

_8l^_ 



1,976 



Thou- 
sands 
95 
51 
258 

95 
15 
90 

1,245 
132 
883 



Thou- 
sands 
95 
51 
258 
94 
15 
39 
1,248 
132 
384 



Pounds Pounds Pounds 



6,128 
6,157 
6,135 
6,911 
7,568 
6,844 
7,073 
7,737 
6,615 



7,330 
7,400 
7,200 
7,890 
3,450 
8,220 
7,840 
8,710 
7,460 



7,400 
7,400 
7,420 
8,140 
8,500 
8,310 
8,140 
9,010 
7,700 



Million 

pounds 

666 

366 

1,657 

789 

136 

722 

9,351 

1,145 

6,031 



Million 

pounds 

701 

377 

1,858 

750 

127 

740 

9,761 

1,150 

6,537 



2,364 
692" 
446 
603 
650 

2,162 



2,866 
692 
431 
561 
64l 

2,163 



6,823 
6,333 
6,141 
6,223 
6,666 
7,210 



7,699 7,949 



7,390 
7,230 
7,180 
7,830 
8,240 



7,550 
7,310 
7,360 
7,940 
8,300 



20,865 
5,^35 
3,690 
5,072 
5,366 

16,113 



22,051 



5,114 
3,225 
4,330 
5,090 
17,815 



4,553 
T7570- 
871 
676 
289 
259 
34o 
349 



4,488 
T^55 
851 
658 
272 
248 
327 
330 



6,707 

5,828 
4,704 
4,866 
4,488 
5,192 
4,847 



7,813 
7,«50 
6,820 
5,470 
6,080 
5,610 
5,950 
5,560 



7,921 
8,030 
7,010 
5,640 
6,250 
5,680 
5,980 
5,800 



35,675 
8,716 
6,077 

4,013 
1,746 

1,383 
2,221 
2,357 



35,574 



9,970 
5,940 
3,698 
1,757 
1,453 
2,023 
1,940 



4,054 



3,951 



5,433 



6,606 6,786 



28 
218 
337 
138 
279 
115 
230 
192 



27 
217 
340 
130 
275 
109 
212 
221 



1,537 1,505 



511 
500 
256 
388 
232 
240 
274 
612 



501 
486 
244 
366 
214 
232 
256 

_5Ji 



3,013 2,874 



84 

204 
32 

128 
43 
50 
96 
15 

234 

164 
J29_ 



79 

202 

31 

125 

42 

50 

95 

16 

233 

162 

_8j0_ 



1,1 



1,865 



21,011 17,901 17,549 



5,728 
6,052 
4,914 

4,260 
4,753 
3,995 
3,804 

Ji,35L 



6,950 
6,960 
5,880 
4,980 
5,640 
4,750 
4,570 
6,46o 



7,160 
7,060 
6,000 
5,070 
5,650 
4,920 
4,700 
),700 



195 
1,390 
1,981 

796 
1,626 

582 
1,147 

815 



195 
1,517 
1,982 

687 
1,574 

546 
1,051 
1-240 



4,724 



5,720 5,< 



4,224 
3,869 
3,540 
2,885 
3,437 
2,685 
4,093 
3,75 4 



4,900 
4,400 
3,900 
3,320 
4,150 
3,410 
5,300 
4,350 



4,910 
4,530 
3,940 
3,430 
4,210 
3,630 
5,550 
5-090 



2,464 
2,358 
1,214 
1,429 
1,215 
782 
1,752 
3,138 



3,637 4,378 4,513 



2,504 

2,200 

998 

1,288 

963 

818 

1,452 

2 .968 



5,144 
6,796 
5,356 
5,707 
4,571 
7,000 
6,986 
6,288 
7,030 
6,111 
8,258 



5,600 
7,800 
6,120 
6,650 
5,620 
9,220 
7,930 
7,330 
7,970 
6,770 
9.570 



5,870 
8,140 
6,190 
6,960 
5,760 
9,220 
8,040 
7,440 
8,510 
7,060 
9,770 



7,120 



8,298 8,575 



5,731 



6,815 7,004 



524 

1,382 

220 

892 

220 

330 

692 

88 

1,776 

1,196 

6.746 



470 

1,591 

196 

851 

242 

461 

761 

110 

1,865 

1,110 

7.94^ 



Million 

pounds 

703 

377 

1,914 

765 

128 

740 

10,159 

1,189 

6,807 



22,782 
5,225 
3,151 
4,129 
5,090 

17,953 



35,548 
10,158 
5,966 
3,711 
1,700 
1,409 
1,955 
1,914 



26,512 26,781 26,813 



193 
1,532 
2,040 

659 
1,554 

536 

996 
1,306 



8,531 8,792 8,816 



2,460 

2,202 

96l 

1,255 

901 

842 

1,421 

2. 927 



14,352 13,191 12,969 



464 

1,644 

192 

870 

242 

461 

764 

119 

1,983 

1,144 

8 ,1 09 



14,066 15,600 15,992 



120,002 121,989 122,920 



l/ Revised on basis of data from the 1959 Census of Agriculture and other data which have become 
available since the original estimates were made. 

2/ Average number on farms during year excluding heifers not yet fresh. 
3/ Excludes milk sucked by calves. 



6 - 



Table 5. -Milk production on farms, selected States, by months, 
average 191*9-58. annual 1959 and i960 l/ 



Month 



January. . , 
February. , 
March. 
April. 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . 
November. 
December. 
Total . . 

January. . 
February. 
March .... 
April. . . . 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . 
November . 
December. 
Total.. 

January. . 
February. 
March. . . . 
April. . . . 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . 
November. 
December. 
Total. . 

January . . 
February . 
March .... 
April. . . . 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . 
November . 
December . 
Total 



New York 



Average 
191+9.56 



1959 



i960 



Mil -lb. 
706 
670 
822 
876 

1,003 
972 
8lU 
726 
692 
716 
656 
696 

9,351 



Mil. lb. Mil. lb. 

779 
727 
868 
906 
1,006 
971 
803 
715 
732 
766 

nk 

9,761 



815 
787 
905 
91*0 
l,0l+2 
963 
827 
756 
7U5 
797 
762 
820 
10,159 



Ohio 



397 
376 
1+33 
1*59 
556 
538 
509 
1+81+ 
1+50 
1+38 

39** 
394 

5>35 



1+00 
366 
ki5 

1+28 
505 
1+80 
1+1+7 
1+27 
1+19 
1+21+ 
392 
1+11 
5,lll+ 



1+21+ 
1+00 
1+31 
1+38 
511 
1*73 
1+1+8 
1+32 
1+23 
1+28 

399 

1+18 

5,225 



New Jersey 



Average 
I9I+9-58 



1959 



i960 



Pennsylvania 



Average 
191+9.58 



1959 



Mil. lb. Mil. lb. Mil. lb. Mil. lb 



95 

88 

102 

101 

112 

100 

92 

93 

91 

92 

88 

92 

1,11*5 



92 
88 
101 
101 
112 
100 

91* 
91+ 
91 
92 
89 
96 
1,150 



99 
96 

106 

105 

115 

100 

95 

96 

91+ 

95 

91 

97 

1,139 



Indiana 



Michigan 



391* 
381 
1+1+7 
1+60 
529 
51+2 
1+99 
1+76 

1+39 
1+21+ 
382 
39** 
5,366 



391* 
366 
1*17 
1+39 
1+81 
1+90 
1+39 
1*35 
1+19 
1*15 
393 
1*02 
5,090 



388 
371 

1*25 
1*1*1* 
1*82 
1*61* 

1*35 
1*31 
1*21 
1*37 
1*08 
381* 
5,090 



Iowa 



1*55 
1+1+2 
511* 
528 
637 
61*2 
595 
532 
1*60 
1+1+0 
1*01* 
1*30 
6,077 



1*87 
1*62 
526 
536 
606 
601* 
556 
1+93 
1*36 
1*20 
383 
1*31 
5,91*0 



1+68 
I+67 
520 
536 
612 
6ll+ 

553 
502 
1+37 
1+33 
395 
1+29 
5,966 



263 
262 
299 
309 
383 
372 
357 
31*1 
311 
286 
25I* 
253 
3,690 



21*7 
2l*0 
263 
271 
327 
315 
293 
287 
261+ 
251+ 
233 
231 
3,225 



21*1 
2l*0 
262 
261* 
315 
302 
285 
275 
258 
252 
230 
227 
3,151 



Wisconsin 



1,227 
1,209 
1,1*52 
1,530 
1,71*2 
1,71*7 
1,501* 
1,297 
1,116 
1,080 
1,01*1 
1,168 
16,113 



1,511 
1,1*27 
1,653 
1,695 
1,87U 
1,797 
1,51*5 
1,332 
1,226 
1,222 
1,181 
1,352 
17,815 



1,1*73 
1,1*53 
1,61*8 
1,692 
1,826 
1,795 
1,551 
1,3**7 
1,258 
1,275 
1,21*0 
1,395 
17,953 



Missouri 



269 
258 
303 
3I+7 
1+29 
1+19 
1*10 
392 
31*6 

311* 

266 

261 

!*,013 



271* 
260 
283 
322 

385 
372 
367 
350 
309 

282 

251 

21*3 

3,698 



1*68 
1+1*2 
526 
539 
615 
565 
520 
502 
1+80 
1*77 
1*39 
1+58 
6,031 



Illinois 



381 
377 
1*32 
1*1*3 
522 
501 
1*73 
1+50 
1*00 
380 
31*9 
36U 
5,072 



3i*3 
336 
373 
377 
1*35 
1*16 
396 
371 
336 
329 
303 
315 
i*,330 



Minnesota 



71*9 
750 
868 
860 
9I+5 
926 
763 
610 
I+96 
501+ 
552 
692 
5,716 



950 

917 

1,01*0 

1,012 

1,01+1+ 

981+ 
811 
6ll+ 
537 
571* 
655 
832 
9,970 



i960 



Mil. lb. Mil. lb. 

515 51*6 

1*77 516 

585 605 

593 6ol* 

675 681* 

615 621 

51*1* 553 

531* 552 

520 536 

529 51*1 

1*95 519 

505 530 

6,587 6,807 



North Dakota 



276 
272 
288 
327 
389 
379 
368 
31*8 
305 
272 
2U5 
21+2 
3,711 



111 
121 
H*5 
156 
192 
216 
201 
167 
129 
109 
96 
105 
1,71*6 



137 
138 
157 
161* 
189 
191 
179 
ll*9 
121 
110 
100 
122 
1,757 



327 
329 
356 
362 
1*17 
390 
370 
357 
322 
307 
290 
302 
l*,129 



952 

972 

1,036 

1,011 

1,063 

1,018 

822 

620 

538 

596 

685 

8U5 

10,158 



138 
11*5 
151* 
155 
I83 
181* 
167 
138 
110 

106 

100 

120 

1,700 



See footnotes at end of table. 



- 7 



Table 5. -Milk production on farms, selected States, by months, 
average 191+9-58, annual 1959 and i960 l/--Continued 



Month 



South Dakota 



Average 
I9U9-58 



1959 



i960 



Nebraska 



Average 
191+9.58 



1959 



i960 



Kansas 



Average 
19^9-53 



1959 



i960 



January . . , 
February. . 

March 

April 

May , 

June 

July 

August. . . , 
September 
October. . , 
November. , 
December . , 
Total . . 

January. . 
February . 
March. 
April .... 

May 

June 

July 

August — 
September 
October. . 
November. 
December. 
Total. . 

January. . 
February . 
March .... 
April. . . . 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . 
September 
October. . 
November . 
December. 
Total.. 

January. . 
February . 
March. . . . 
April .... 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . 
September 
October. . 
November . 
December. 
Total . . 



Mil. lb. 

92 

97 

lilt 

121 

15* 

162 

151 

125 

10* 

91 

83 

89 

1,383 



Mil. lb. Mil. lb. 



Mil. lb. Mil. lb. Mil. lb. 



Mil. lb. Mil. lb. Mil. lb. 



112 
117 
131 
130 

Iks 

152 

H+l 

117 

10U 

99 

9* 

107 

l,*53 



11U 

115 
123 
129 
1*5 

ll+8 

137 

112 

100 

95 

89 

102 

1,1+09 



159 
159 
185 
201 
2k\ 
2U3 
226 
199 
165 
152 
ll+O 
150 
2,221 



153 
151 
175 
185 
215 
211 
191 
172 
151 

ito 

130 

li+8 
2,023 



153 

Ikk 

157 
178 
206 
202 
19* 
171 
ll+6 
136 
123 
1*5 
1,955 



178 
173 
201 
217 
2k6 
230 
212 
203 
177 
172 
170 
176 
2,357 



159 
1U6 
166 
Ilk 
195 

17* 

162 
156 
11+9 
151 
150 
158 
1,9*0 



152 
1U9 
158 
166 
194 
180 
16U 
156 
1U8 
ikk 
1*7 
156 

1,91* 



Maryland 



Virginia 



West Virginia 



111 
105 
117 
118 

13* 

119 
lli+ 
118 
116 
117 
109 
113 
1,390 



120 
lli+ 
125 
127 
1*5 
130 
130 
133 
130 
131 
117 
115 
1,517 



121+ 
119 
127 
127 

1*5 
126 
127 
135 
130 
133 
121 
118 
1,532 



North Carolina 



121+ 
115 
126 
ll+O 
155 
11+6 
150 
ll+6 
ll+O 

133 
121+ 
126 

1,626 



126 
116 

121+ 
13* 
ll+8 

139 
ll+O 

139 
13* 
128 
122 
121+ 
1,57* 



118 
116 
121 
128 
11+5 
137 
13* 
13I+ 
137 
13* 
125 
125 
1,55* 



Kentucky 



153 
150 
175 
206 
260 
258 
258 
257 
22l+ 
200 
168 
155 
2,1+61+ 



161 
155 
185 
212 
252 
21+8 
252 
265 
23I+ 
203 
172 
165 
2,501+ 



162 
156 
181+ 
213 
21+8 
2l+0 
21+8 
252 
218 
197 
175 
167 
2,1+60 



139 
130 
11+8 
161 
190 
188 
189 
191 
181 
170 
150 
11+1+ 
1,981 



ll+2 

133 
11+8 
158 
181+ 

179 
180 
187 
181+ 
176 
159 
152 
1,982 



155 
1*3 
11+6 
156 
189 
187 
190 

193 

186 

179 
161 

155 
2,0l+0 



South Carolina 



1+1+ 
1+2 
1+9 
52 
5* 
51 
52 
53 
*9 
*7 
1+1+ 

*5 
582 



1+6 
1+0 
50 
52 
1+8 
*3 
1+6 
*7 
*5 
1+1+ 
1+2 
*3 
51+6 



1+1+ 
1+0 
1+7 
1+9 
1+6 
1+2 
1+1+ 
*7 
1+6 
1+1+ 

*3 
kk 

536 



Tennessee 



152 
1*5 
176 
206 
2l+5 
238 
21+2 
238 
210 
188 
163 
156 
2,358 



1*3 
133 
160 
192 
223 
218 
222 
226 
205 
178 
153 
1*7 
2,200 



1*1 

137 
159 
186 
222 
220 
221+ 
223 
201 
181 
157 
151 
2,202 



55 
52 
60 
65 
79 
81 
79 
75 
70 
67 
59 
55 
796 



1+9 
1+6 
55 
58 
67 
66 
66 
62 
59 
57 
52 
50 
687 



Georgia 



90 
86 
98 
103 
105 
100 
101 

99 
96 
93 
87 

89 
1,1*7 



90 
81 
88 
9* 
96 
86 
86 
86 
87 
87 
86 
81+ 
1,051 



Alabama 



89 

87 

100 

108 

116 

113 

116 
110 
101 

96 

89 
90 

1,211+ 



76 
70 
78 
89 
97 
93 
93 
89 
85 
79 
73 
76 



51 
1+8 
53 
56 
61+ 

63 
60 
56 
55 
56 
51 
1+6 
659 



82 
77 
81 
81+ 
88 
85 
83 
81+ 
81+ 
85 
81 
82 
996 



7* 
70 
71+ 
83 
91 
88 
87 
85 
82 
79 
73 
75 
961 



See footnotes at end of table. 



Table 5. -Milk production on farms, selected States, by months, 
average 19U9-58, annual 1959 and i960 l/-- Continued 



Month 



Mississippi 



Average 
191^9-58 



1959 



I960 



Arkansas 



Average 
19^9.58 



1959 



i960 



Oklahoma 



Average 
1949-58 



1959 



i960 



January. . 
February. 
March. . . . 
April. . . . 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . 
November . 
December. 
Total . . 

January. . 
February. 
March .... 
April .... 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . 
September 
October . . 
November . 
December. 
Total . . 

January. . 
February . 
March .... 
April .... 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . 
November . 
December. 
Total . . 

January. . 
February. 
March. . . . 
April .... 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . 
September 
October. . 
November . 
December . 
Total . . 



Mil. lb. 

98 
97 
118 
134 
151 
Ut3 

142 

132 

114 

106 

97 

97 

1,429 



Mil. lb. Mil. lb. 

90 

88 
101 
118 

131 

126 
124 
117 
109 
101 

91 
92 

1,288 



Mil. lb. 



Mil. lb. Mil. lb 



85 

94 

111 

123 

119 

115 

117 

113 

103 

92 

94 

1,255 



80 

78 

91 

107 

127 

125 

123 

119 

103 

93 

86 

83 
1,215 



66 
64 
72 
81 
99 
97 
97 
92 
82 
74 
71 
68 
963 



62 

60 
67 
75 
91 
90 
89 
85 
77 
73 
68 
64 
901 



Mil, lb. Mil. lb. Mil. lb. 

129 110 106 

128 108 112 

148 122 120 

l6l 128 127 

186 141 139 

173 135 130 

164 128 128 

156 125 118 

134 116 109 

130 116 111 

121 113 110 

122 110 111 
1,752 1,452 1,421 



Texas 



Montana 



Idaho 



240 
234 
2% 
289 
303 
290 
280 
268 
242 
245 
235 
236 
3,138 



240 
233 
272 
261 
263 
267 
262 
261 
226 
227 
226 
225 
2,968 



242 
235 
269 
261 
264 
262 
258 
254 
222 
223 
219 
218 
2,927 



35 
35 
40 
44 
54 
58 
55 
49 
43 
40 
35 
35 
524 



35 
33 
37 
41 
50 
50 
47 
41 

37 
35 
32 
32 
470 



34 
33 
36 
38 

48 
49 
45 
40 

37 
36 
34 
34 
464 



Wyoming 



15.9 
15.0 

17.3 
18.5 
21.2 
23-5 
22.8 
20.2 
18.0 
16.8 
15.0 
15-5 
220 



14.0 
13.8 
15.1 
16.0 
I8.9 
21.1 
20.4 
17.8 
15. 
15. 
13. 
14. 
196 



14.2 
13.9 
15.1 
16.3 
19.3 
20.2 
19.2 
17.0 
15.2 
14.5 
13.1 
14.0 
192 



Washington 



127 
121 
142 
157 
188 
180 
168 
157 
143 
140 
126 
127 
1,776 



137 
132 
152 
164 
190 
180 
168 
160 
152 
149 

137 

144 

1,865 



— TW 
143 
160 
172 
205 
193 
177 
168 
160 
158 
149 
154 

1,983 



94 
112 

122 

143 
140 
135 
125 
111 
106 
96 
100 
1,382 



119 
112 
131 

i4o 
159 
154 
151 
142 
125 
121 
115 
122 
1,591 



Colorado 



Utah 



66 
66 
76 
79 
87 
87 
85 
78 
68 
67 
64 
68 
892 



66 

64 
73 
76 
81 
77 
74 
70 
65 
67 
67 
71 
851 



70 
68 
72 
73 
80 

79 
79 
74 
67 
69 
68 
71 
870 



55 
52 
58 
60 
67 
67 
64 
59 
52 
53 
50 
54 
692 



61 
58 
65 
66 
70 
68 
67 
64 
61 
62 
58 
61 
761 



— w 
74 
94 

112 

133 

129 

123 

111 

97 

89 

80 

77 
1,196 



Oregon 

w 

69 

87 

105 

124 

116 

112 

103 

90 

83 

74 

73 

1,110 



California 



75 

72 

90 

109 

129 

123 

114 

105 

93 

85 

75 

74 

1,144 



50o~ 
484 
576 
606 
640 
610 
614 
591 
545 
542 
513 
519 
6,746 



602" 
560 
672 
697 
730 
696 
710 
695 
651 
660 
630 
640 
7,943 



124 
121 
133 
146 
162 
162 
154 
143 
129 
124 
116 

125 

1,644 



63 
60 

67 
68 
72 
69 
66 
63 
59 
61 

57 
59 

764 



616 
700 
711 
735 
700 
707 
697 
659 
663 
636 

644 
1,109 



l/ Revised on basis of data from 1959 Census of Agriculture and other data which have become 
available since the original estimates were made. 



Table 6. -Cows, heifers, and heifer calves kept for milk on farms, January 1, 
by States, average 1950-59, I960 and 1961 1/ 
^Tn thousands/ 



Heifers 1 to 2 years 
kept for milk cows 



State 

and 

division 



Cows and heifers 2 years 
old and over kept for milk 



Average 
1950-59 



I960 



1961 



old 



Average 
1950-59 



I960 



1961 



Heifer calves under 1 year 
kept for milk cows 



Average 
1950-59 



i960 



1961 



Me 

N. H 

Vt 

Mass 

R. I 

Conn 

N. Y 

N. J 

Pa 

N . Atl . 

Ohio 

ind 

Ill 

Mich 

Wis 

E. N. Cent. 

Minn 

Iowa 

Mo 

N. Dak 

S. Dak 

Nebr 

Kans 

W. N. Cent. 

Del 

Md 

Va 

W. Va 

N. C 

S. C 

Ga 

Fla 

S. Atl. .. . 
Ky 

Tenn 

Ala 

Miss 

Ark 

La 

Okla 

Tex 

S. Cent. .. 

Mont 

Idaho 

Wyo 

Colo 

N . Mex 

Ariz 

Utah 

Nev 

Wash 

Oreg 

Calif 

West 

U. S 



11 - ; 

68 

300 

122 

19 

115 

1,440 

153 

1,000 



3,335 



929 
627 
878 
881 
2,476 



5,791 

1,112 
908 
39* 

338 

kka 

530 



36 
2U3 
446 
203 

363 
162 
330 
179 



1,963 



655 
381 
553 
388 
330 

463 



^,333 



109 
229 

46 
169 

52 

50 
108 

17 
280 
217 



105 

58 

285 

101 

16 

97 

1,366 

i4o 

978 



106 
58 

288 

102 

15 

99 

1,393 

139 



36 
18 
63 
23 
2 
23 

317 
26 

251 



31 
15 
59 
19 
2 
21 

307 
22 

242 



31 
16 

59 

19 
2 

21 
308 

22 
252 



38 

19 
67 
24 

3 
24 

326 
25 

266 



3,146 

76T 
478 
648 
715 
2,402 



3,188 



760 



718 



730 



791 



757 
473 
616 
694 
2,426 



227 
146 
242 
240 
609 



191 
127 
190 
211 
645 



191 
122 

177 
205 
651 



240 
157 
287 
255 
641 



5,008 
1,407 
943 
723 
305 
231 
356 
390 



4,966 



±9i 
1,407 
934 
709 
287 
273 
347 
370 



1,463 1,364 1,346 



412 
260 
192 
88 
80 
107 
119 



418 

255 

187 

65 

55 

91 

101 



4l8 

245 

174 

64 

56 

85 

_22_ 



i, 58o 



434 
276 
216 
107 
116 
120 
132 



5,216 k,k05 U,327 



1,253 



1,172 1,141 



1,401 



30 
230 
382 
148 

305 
122 

240 
213 



29 
232 
382 
141 

299 
120 

233 

213 



3 
57 

94 

39 
83 
37 
89 
57 



7 
56 
96 
30 
88 
30 
62 
59 



7 

57 
98 
31 
87 
31 
61 
61 



9 
59 
108 
40 
92 
42 
97 



1,670 
"^6T 
532 
270 
425 
241 
277 
289 
649 



1,649 



466 



428 



555 
521 
262 
404 
229 
274 
275 
610 



JtlL 



120 
124 
116 
128 
94 
78 
114 
209 



139 

117 

78 

113 

59 

66 

79 
165 



138 

122 
76 

113 
58 
69 
75 

160 



_5iL 



132 
137 
130 
142 
109 
88 
145 
_2J4_ 



3,2kk 

— W 

228 
35 

139 
46 

53 
108 

17 
261 
181 
899 



3,130 



82 
221 

33 
135 

^5 

53 
107 

18 
261 
177 



984 
~2T 
67 
12 
45 
11 
13 
28 
7 
67 
57 

237 



816 
78 



4i 
10 
14 
31 
7 
72 
52 
250 



811 

78 

8 

41 

11 

14 

31 

7 

75 

50 

240 



1,117 



32 
82 

13 
54 
13 
14 

33 

9 

82 

70 

262 



2,165 2,054 2,031 



568 



581 



573 



664 



22,802 19,527 19,291 



5,498 



5,079 5,034 6,068 



32 

17 
65 
20 
2 
21 

311 
24 

278 



770 



201 
138 
222 
228 
676 



437 

261 

202 

74 

83 

98 

112 



7 
58 
106 
34 
95 
35 



j£Zi_ 



146 

133 

84 
130 
65 
77 
93 
22p_ 



918 



27 
91 
10 

50 
13 

16 

35 

8 

85 

64 
_28S_ 



684 



34 
17 
67 
21 
2 
22 

313 
23 

283 



782 



209 
127 
211 
228 

696 



1A65 1,^7 1 



454 

245 

212 

74 

84 

96 

_i!7_ 



1 , 267 1 , 282 



7 
62 
110 
35 
94 
35 
71 
70 



484 



146 
138 

84 
127 

64 

79 

89 

186 



_2ii 



25 
93 

9 

50 
12 
17 
35 

8 

87 

67 

276 



679 



5,575 5,611 



1/ 1950-59 average and estimates for January 1, i960 revised. 



10 



MANUFACTURED DAIRY PRODUCTS, i960 

Previous production records were shattered in i960 for total cheese, 
total frozen products, nonfat dry milk, dry buttermilk, and cottage cheese, 
both curd and creamed. Cheese varieties showing new record highs were brick 
and Munster combined, blue mold, cream, and Italian. Ice cream production 
was the second highest of record, exceeded only by output during the banner 
year of I9I+6. Ice milk and Mellorine continued to set new record highs and 
sherbet production was the fourth largest of record. 

Creamery butter output in i960 is estimated at 1,388 million pounds, up 
1+ percent from the preceding year. Total cheese production, at 1,1+75 million 
pounds, was up 7 percent from 1959 a ^d was a new record high. The combined 
total of cheese other than American was 1+77 million pounds, a gain of 9 per- 
cent over 1959 an d the highest production of record for these combined 
miscellaneous varieties. Swiss cheese output rose to 118 million pounds in 
i960, up 6 percent from a year earlier and the second highest annual 
production of record. 

The combined total of brick and Munster cheese, at 51 million pounds, 
was up 7 percent from 1959 a nd a new record high. Limburger cheese output 
was fractionally lower than a year earlier and totaled 3*7 million pounds. 
Production of cream cheese reached a new high for the 7th successive year, 
with the 100 million pound produced, exceeding the 1959 record by 11 percent. 
Output of Italian cheese rose 12 percent from the preceding year while blue 
mold increased 7 percent and Neufchatel dropped 11 percent. Creamed cottage 
cheese production totaled 771 million pounds, up k percent from 1959 a *id 
a record high. 

Previous production records were shattered in the frozen dairy products 
industry in i960. Ice cream output totaled 701 million gallons, slightly 
above that of a year earlier and only 2 percent below the all-time high set 
in 19^6. Ice milk production soared to a new high with the ll+l+ million 
gallons produced, up 7 percent from 1959* Sherbet output was 1+2 million 
gallons, 3 percent more than a year earlier and the fourth largest of record. 
Mellorine production continued steadily upward in i960 and the 1+6 million 
gallons produced were a gain of 7 percent from the preceding year. 

Meanwhile, output of evaporated whole milk declined in i960 for the 
fifth successive year. Production totaled 2,172 million pounds, 1+ percent 
less than in 1959* On the other hand, production of canned sweetened 
condensed whole milk rose ll+ percent from a year earlier to 69 million 
pounds in i960. Total nonfat dry milk production continued at a record high 
level in i960. The 1,837 million pounds produced were 7 percent more than 
the total for the preceding year. Dry whole milk output at 101 million 
pounds was up 2 percent from 1959- Production of dry buttermilk was a record 
high 87 million pounds in i960. 



- 11 - 



Table 7 --C r eamery butter, American cheese a nd Ice cream: Pr oduction, by State s, 1959-60 



States 



Maine 

New Hampshire 

Vermont 

Massachusetts 

Rhode Island 

Connecticut 

Nev York 

Nev Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Other N. A. States 

N. Atlantic 

Ohio 

Indiana 

Illinois 

Michigan 

Wisconsin 

E.N. Central 

Minnesota 

Iova 

Missouri 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nebraska 

Kansas 

Other W.N. Central States 

W.N. Central 

District of Columbia 

Delaware 

Maryland 

Virginia 

West Virginia 

North Carolina 

South Carolina 

Georgia 

Florida 

Other S.A. States 

S. Atlantic 

Kentucky 

Tennessee 

Alabama 

Mississippi 

Arkansas 

Louisiana 

Oklahoma 

Texas 

Other S.C. States 

S. Central 

Montana 

Idaho 

Wyoming 

Colorado 

Nev Mexico 

Arizona 

Utah 

Nevada 

Other Mt . States 

Mountain 

Washington 

Oregon 

California 

Pacific 

United States 



Cre a mery but t e r 

i960 



1959 
Enumeration 



Estimate 



1,000 
pounds 
" 157 

V 

1,87* 
i4o 

V 
21,504 

12, 481 
88 
~36,f4V~' 

"30, 20'5 
14,826 
33,672 
36,987 

276,748 
_392,538_' 

321, 968 

171,115 
1^,871 
56,134 
4l,48o 
58,082 
29,831 



1,000 
pounds 

"?, 

2,755 
V 

1/ 

37,960 

V 

15,725 

U10 

J67850 

35,620 

18,480 

37,100 

37,080 

_ 279^790 

_4o8, 070 

324,170 

172, 100 

44, 220 

59,590 

40,150 

56,110 

32,090 



American c heese 

1959 r ~ i960 

En umeratio n| Es timate 



1,000 
pounds 



6,378 



1,000 
pounds 



V 



34,943 
1/ 
323 
290 
~4l,934~ 
11,167 
22,U3U 
28,47U 
26,3^5 
_431/626 _4U_5,530 
520/o46~J "539,235; 
~4i,ib9 



1959 

En umerati on 
T70OO" 
gall ons 
5,1+70 
1,11+9 
1,681 
28,309 
2,815 
8,606 
7^,187 
20,519 
74,886 



Ice cream_ 

i960 



1+5,020 
1/ 
1/ 
_8,600 _ 
_ 53,620 217,622 
"12,565" 



25,500 
28,950 
26,690 



Estimate 

~i7ooo" 

g allons 
V 

% 

29,330 
1/ 
9,155 
75,330 
20,570 
72,690 
10, 910_ 
217,985 
1*3 ,450 
27,120 
36,820 
35,150 
22,080 



723,4 81 _ 728,1+30 188,l4"2 




547709 
26,862 
36,771 
33,548 
22 ; l+8l 

154,371 ~~I547620 



3,648 

4,130 

95 

915 

138 

325 




4,985 
3,660 

1/ 
9l+5 
1/ 
1/ 

_585 
10,175 " 
I37085 

9,585 



3,723 

2,987 

158 

18,710 

5,4o6 






1/ 

\l 

_§/5p3_ 

67503 _ 
~~ 49,716" 
34,397 

2,613 
13,462 
11,681 

1/ 
7,753 
4,219 
206 _ 
" "124,5 47 
"~"Co3B~ 
24,8l8 

1,106 



6,469 



3 6,431 

1,723 

20,026 

3,395 
25.144" 



1/ 
1/ 



8,365 

""8,365 
"497300 
37,370 
2,620 
13,820 
li+, 1+20 

V 
7,800 

3,805 
205 
129,340 ' 

28,175 
1/ 



17,905 
12,336 
15,450 
2,562 
2,292 
8,707 
6,067 

"65 7319" 

~76i8" 
3,652 

13,944 

11,286 
5,660 

14,375 
3,479 
8,383 

18,904 



18,110 

12,41+5 

15,595 

4,950) 

) 

9,705 

5,960 



";o775f 



7,630 

1/ 
13,610 

11,555 
5,210 

14,145 

8,500 

19,425 

7,025 

"87,301 ZZ^Jjl.^ 00 - 



47866" 
15,116 
8,485 
3,3&0 
2,937 
9,069 
5,648 
18,1+18 



15,160 
8,820 

8,1+95 

5,885 

18,740 

10 ,815 

67,915 



6,930 

990 
_4o744o_ 
2,690 
20,250 

3,4l£ 

'267350 * 




9 *a,247~ 99 7,535 



I/Production data for this State are included in Other States and the total for this region. 



5,489 
55,787 

72,99b 73485 

"697,922 7007650^ 



12 





Table 8. 


-Specified dairy products : 


Production, 1 


Jnited States, by 


months, 


1956-60 1/ 






Ice cream 


Ice milk 




Month 












i960 












I960 




1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


chge. 

from 
1959 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


;hge. 

from 

1959 




1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 


1,000 


Per- 


1,000 


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,C 


Per- 




gallons gallons gallons gallons 
39,939 to-,856 43,206 42,611 


gallons 
44, 230 


cent 
+ 4 


gallons 
4,206 


gallons gallons gallons 
4,786 5,202 5,5*2 


gallons 


cent 


Jan. 


6,255 


+ 13 


Feb. 


43,222 42,9*7 40,221 44,366 


*7,295 


+ 


7 


*,599 


5,189 5,045 6,129 6,910 


+ 13 


Mar. 


49,306 48,715 *7,239 53,165 


54,o4o 


+ 


2 


6,799 


7,147 7,132 8,926 9,030 


+ 1 


Apr. 


50,006 53,811 55,239 56,996 


57,770 


+ 


1 


8,232 


9,631 10,017 11,196 12,085 


+ 8 


May 


62,590 62,726 62,014 64,097 


63,575 


- 


1 


11,488 


12,337 12,813 14,192 15,000 


+ 6 


June 


68,961 67,237 66,803 74,192 


74,585 + 


1 


13,070 


13,834 13,987 16,634 18,655 


+ 12 


July 


70,130 77,088 73,967 78,713 


73,585 - 


7 


13,757 


15,807 15,751 18,371 19,180 


+ 4 


Aug. 


71,058 70,351 70,963 7*, 929 


76,510;+ 


2 


13,676 


1*,573 15,319 17,359 18,590 


+ 7 


Sept. 


53,207 55,367 58,623 65,301 


65,635:+ 


1 


9,816 


10,271 11,603 13,035 1*,315 


+ 10 


Oct. 


50,706 48,668 53,031 52,985 


51,990 - 


2 


7,770 


7,380 8,964 9,696 10,065 


+ 4 


Nov. 


43,818 41,235 43,199 44,606 


47,240 


+ 


6 


5,302 


5,289 6,003 6,821 7,520 


+ 10 


Dec. 


38,390 40,582 42,670 45,961 


44,195 


- 


4 


*,337 


4,921 5,460 6,390 6,360 





Year 


641,333 650,583 657,175 697,922 


700,650 





103,052 


111,165 117,296 13*, 291 1*3,965 


+ 7 




Milk sherbet 


Mellorine 


Jan. 


1,464 1,684 1,706 1,696 


1,840 


+ 


8 


1,862 


1,9*5 2,243 2,273 2,595 


+ 14 


Feb. 


1,618 1,742 1,613 1,853 


2,090 


+ 


13 


2,095 


2,187 2,34l 2,464 2,920 


+ 19 


Mar. 


2,260 2,399 2,217 2,621 


2,690 


+ 


3 


2,728 


2,512 2,767 3,360 3,*00 


+ 1 


Apr. 


2,795 3,045 3,214 3,366 


3,505 


+ 


4 


2,759 


2,866 3,*25 3,618 3,915 


+ 8 


May 


4,132 4,173 *,208 4,371 


*,375 







3,540 


3,520 4,120 4,173 *,*05 


+ 6 


June 


5,278 5,102 4,831 5,*6o 


5,490 


+ 


1 


3,767 


3,591 *,397 *,850 5,325 


+ 10 


July 


5,097 5,856 5,607 5,972 


5,750 


- 


4 


3,826 


4,361 4,782 5,034 4,990 


- 1 


Aug. 


*,729 *,7*6 *,7*8 5,188 


5,*35 


+ 


5 


3,837 


4,034 4,475 *,736 5,395 


+ 14 


Sept. 


2,895 2,887 3,104 3,777 


4,000 


+ 


6 


2,887 


3,02* 3,819 *,167 *,300 


+ 3 


Oct. 


2,282 2,076 2,498 2,48o 


2,580 


+ 


4 


2,767 


2,491 3,022 3,204 3,520 


+ 10 


Hov. 


1,784 1,529 1,7*9 1,799 


1,940 


+ 


8 


1,841 


1,846 2,234 2,375 2,760 


+ 16 


Dec. 


1,387 1,473 1,573 1,819 


1,860 


+ 


2 


1,564 


1,784 2,065 2,402 2,205 


- 8 


Year 


35,721 36,712 37,068 40,402 


*l,555 


+ 


3 


33, ^73 


34,161 39,690 42,656 45,730 


+ 7 




Creamery butter (including whey butter) 


Total cheese 2/ 




1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 


1,000 






1,000 


1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 






pounds pounds pounds pounds 


pounds 






pounds 


pounds pounds pounds pounds 




Jan. 


114,626 115 ,457 117,800 116,451 


118,640 


+ 


2 


96,652 


100,062 98,478 100,512 100,690 





Feb. 


114,146 110,410 113,234 108,859 


120,110 


+ 


10 


96,460 


96,824 9*, 9*8 96,393 103, *70 


+ 7 


Mar. 


129,598 124,685 129,231 121,425 


131, *05 


+ 


8 


117,388 116,528 115,853 117,791 121,410 


+ 3 


Apr. 


135, *3* 132,370 130,971 127,9*1 


129,740 


+ 


1 


127,15* 131,605 127,171 127,9*9 131,915 


+ 3 


May 


151,926 159, **8 151,877 1*3,756 


148,705 


+ 


3 


152,866 161,294 155, *70 155,391 156,485 


+ 1 


June 


148,995 148,192 144,565 136,105 


143,000 


+ 


5 


155,785 159,089 156,981 152,053 157,035 


+ 3 


July 


127,581 125,886 126,226 112,550 


116,985 


+ 


4 


133, *65 137,175 135,150 129,7*1 135,255 


+ 4 


Aug. 


109,782 107,013 98,616 91,5** 


97,990 


+ 


7 


118,172 119,668 116,057 H3,9*2 120,635 


+ 6 


Sept. 


92,417 90,208 87,039 83,362 


83,985 


+ 


1 


104,785 


100,798 103,913 103,798 108,905 


+ 5 


Oct. 


93,144 100, 4o6 92,652 92,224 


94,600 


+ 


3 


97,867 


98,685 101,625 96,878 110,585 + 14 


Hov. 


92,33* 9*, 191 90,075 9l,36o 


93,620 


+ 


2 


90,533 


88,486 93,653 88,256106,985+21 


Dec. 


103,361 105,794 107,289 108, 046 


109,200 


+ 


1 


96,565 


97,209 100,085 98,855 121,l8o|+ 23 


Year 


1,*13,3** 1,389,575 1,: 

1,414, 060 1,333,623 


387,980 


+ 


4 : 


L, 387, 692 


1,399,38* 1,*7*,550 
407,423 1,381,559 


+ 7 



1/1956-59 from enumerations, i960 are revised estimates. 
2/Excludes cottage and full skim American. 



13 



Table 8. -Specified dairy products: Production, United States, by months, I956-6O 1/ — Continued 





American cheese 3/ 


Swiss cheese 


Month 












i960 








1 




i960 




1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


chge. 

from 

1959 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 1 


i960 


chge. 

from 
1959 




1,000 


1,000 1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


per- 


1,000 


1,000 1,000 1,000 


1,000 


Per- 




pounds 

64,147 


pounds pounds 
66,991 65,W2 


pounds 
64,815 


pounds 
61, 500 


cent 
- 5 


pounds 


pounds pounds pounds 
8,021 7,032 7,918 


pounds 
8,990 


cent 


Jan. 


8,489 


+ 14 


Feb. 


65,387 


66,983 63,766 


62,752 


65,850 


+ 5 


8,697 


7,557 6,950 7,397 


8,430 


+ 14 


Mar. 


81, Ikk 


82,563 78,159 


77,176 


78,645 


+ 2 


10,322 


8,644 8,561 9,018 


9,360 


+ 4 


Apr. 


93,277 


96,113 90,701+ 


90,413 


92,775 


+ 3 


10,947 


8,920 9,234 10,103 


9,750 


- 3 


May 


115,203 


125,709 116,711+ 115,271 113,925 


- 1 


13,207 


11,253 11,690 12,399 


12,145 


- 2 


June 


120,260 


124,417 117,785 U3,709 114,030 





13,075 


10,469 11,870 12,141 


12,255 


+ 1 


July 


101, 632 


105,574 100,144 


94,516 


97,150 


+ 3 


11,762 


9,313 10,908 10,722 


11,470 


+ 7 


Aug. 


87,550 


90,114 84,847 


81,394 


84,135 


+ 3 


10,886 


8,301 9,436 9,015 


10,420 


+ 16 


Sept. 


74,701 


72,701 71,610 


69,984 


72,375 


+ 3 


9,976 


7,171 8,267 8,664 


9,190 


+ 6 


Oct. 


65,891 


68,084 66,673 


61,085 


71,235 


+ 17 


9,517 


7,388 8,317 8,598 


9,055 


+ 5 


Nov. 


59,393 


59,056 59,857 


52,575 


67,925 


+ 29 


8,070 


6,354 7,395 7,639 


8,295 


+ 9 


Dec. 


62,669 


63,423 62,232 


58,557 


77,990 


+ 33 


8,268 


6,657 7,454 8,351 


8,975 


+ 7 


Year 


991,25^ 


1,021,728 977,973 942,247 997,535 


+ 6 


123,216 


100,048 107,114 111,965 


118,335 


+ 6 






Brick and Munster 


cheese 




Limburger cheese 


Jan. 


3,858 


3,885 3,923 


4,211 


4,435 


+ 5 


425 


427 334 375 


300 


- 20 


Feb. 


3,4o6 


3,535 3,627 


3,739 


4,070 


+ 9 


398 


369 293 340 


275 


- 19 


Mar. 


3,718 


3,873 4,019 


4,251 


4,075 


- 4 


388 


415 375 345 


375 


+ 9 


Apr. 


4,132 


3,815 4,187 


4,212 


4,485 


+ 6 


343 


395 372 338 


315 


- 7 


May 


4,220 


4,396 4,700 


4,476 


5,100 


+ 14 


337 


418 356 334 


390 


+ 17 


June 


4,176 


4,280 4,552 


3,817 


4,775 


+ 25 


364 


355 326 too 


325 


- 19 


July 


3,743 


3,831 3,834 


3,730 


4,105 


+ 10 


397 


263 325 344 


210 


- 39 


Aug. 


3,551 


3,516 3,557 


3,803 


3,810 





375 


335 286 257 


270 


+ 5 


Sept. 


3,593 


3,348 3,603 


3,676 


3,815 


+ 4 


403 


294 264 171 


330 


+ 93 


Oct. 


3,548 


3,792 4,217 


3,957 


4,275 


+ 8 


432 


4l8 248 222 


325 


+ 46 


Nov. 


3,587 


3,1+00 3,829 


3,841 


4,170 


+ 9 


394 


332 196 261 


330 


+ 26 


Dec. 


3,681 


3,581 4,116 


4,325 


. 4, 070 


- 6 


386 


350 232 325 


260 


- 20 


Tear 


1+5,213 


45,252 48,164 


48,038 


51,185 


+ 7 


4,642 


4,371 3,607 3,712 


3,705 







Cream cheese 


Neufchatel cheese 


Jan. 


7,1+26 


7,613 7,584 


7,184 


8,555 


+ 19 


930 


1,179 1,281 1,082 


715 


- 34 


Feb. 


6,090 


5,780 6,471 


6,923 


8,025 


+ 16 


772 


853 1,202 833 


605 


- 27 


Mar. 


7,012 


6,800 7,797 


8,831 


10,615 


+ 20 


839 


701 903 869 


645 


- 26 


Apr. 


5,664 


7,022 6,753 


7,077 


6,560 


- 7 


876 


887 721 706 


615 


- 13 


May 


6,583 


5,376 5,929 


6,182 


7,205 


+ 17 


703 


762 591 934 


550 


- 41 


June 


5,525 


5,928 6,331 


6,514 


8,175 


+ 25 


984 


1,024 860 585 


555 


- 5 


July 


5,135 


5,853 5,990 


6,717 


6,575 


- 2 


1,003 


929 832 358 


595 


+ 66 


Aug. 


5,502 


5,429 5,325 


5,857 


6,705 


+ 14 


1,036 


969 652 493 


470 


- 5 


Sept. 


5,573 


5,937 6,764 


7,142 


7,905 


+ 11 


1,043 


837 771 584 


51+0 


- 8 


Oct. 


6,677 


6,329 7,495 


8,171 


8,975 


+ 10 


1,132 


1,044 1,118 726 


890 


+ 23 


Nov. 


7,019 


6,884 8,095 


9,411 


9,675 


+ 3 


1,215 


950 853 636 


64o 


+ 1 


Dec. 


8,184 


8,619 9,524 


10,372 


11,525 


+ 11 


996 


1,043 1,066 616 


695 


+ 13 


Year 


76,390 


77,570 84,058 


90,381 


100,495 


+ 11 


11,529 


11,178 10,850 8,422 


7,515 


- 11 



I/I956-59 from enumerations, I960 are revised estimates. 
j^Wiole milk cheese Including Cheddar, Colby, vaahed 
Jack, Monterey, and granular aheese. 



14 



Table 8. -Specified dairy products: Production, United State6, by months, 1956-60 l/--Continued 







Italian 


cheese 






Blue mold cheese 


Month 












i960 












I960 




1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


chge. 

from 

1959 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


chge. 

from 

1959 




1,000 


1,000 1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


Per- 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


Per- 




pounds 


pounds pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


cent 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


cent 


Jan. 


8,1*04 


9,oi*2 10,090 


11,820 


12,975 


+ 10 


1,000 


986 


887 


992 


1,085 


+ 9 


Feb. 


8,763 


8,852 9,886 


11,^93 


13,060 


+ 14 


951 


887 


892 


943 


1,020 


+ 8 


Mar. 


10,935 


10,020 12,835 


14,145 


1^,185 





902 


1,020 


1,034 


1,071 


1,095 


+ 2 


Apr. 


8,996 


11,099 11,81*7 


12,067 


14,070 


+ 17 


823 


993 


1,056 


1,049 


1,180 


+ 12 


May 


9,483 


9,871* 11,977 


12,405 


13,485 


+ 9 


964 


1,094 


1,158 


1,094 


1,200 


+ 10 


June 


8,571 


9,277 11,745 


11,512 


13,110 


+ 14 


921 


1,103 


1,177 


1,161 


1,265 


+ 9 


July 


7,^26 


8,555 9,966 


10,333 


11,780 


+ 14 


729 


880 


992 


1,166 


1,235 


+ 6 


Aug. 


6,913 


8,326 9,254 


10,376 


12,055 


+ 16 


788 


787 


760 


996 


995 





Sept. 


6,993 


8,oi*9 9,7i*2 


10,823 


11,795 


+ 9 


812 


606 


798 


884 


905 


+ 2 


Oct. 


7,882 


8,903 10,503 


11,231 


12,785 


+ 14 


895 


812 


885 


838 


895 


+ 7 


Nov. 


7,957 


8,81*0 10,502 


10, 928 


12,880 


+ 18 


907 


815 


836 


94l 


990 


+ 5 


Dec. 


9,^15 


10,783 12,210 


13,180 


14,320 


+ 9 


971 


881 


972 


1,052 


1,130 


+ 7 


Year 


101,738 


111,620 130,557 


11*0,313 


156,500 


+ 12 


10,663 


10,864 


11, 447 


12, I87 


12,995 


+ 7 




Other varieties of cheese 


,kj 




Cottage cheese curd 


Jan. 


1,973 


1,918 1,865 


2,115 


2,135 


+ 1 


37,779 


42, 477 


42,990 


44,772 


45,070 


+ 1 


Feb. 


1,996 


2,008 1,861 


1,973 


2,135 


+ 8 


42,837 


41,698 


44,526 


48,638 


47,770 


- 2 


Mar. 


2,128 


2,1*92 2,170 


2,085 


2,415 


+ 16 


53,078 


53,619 


53,094 


54,414 


57,885 


+ 6 


Apr. 


2,096 


2,361 2,297 


1,984 


2,165 


+ 9 


46,886 


49,970 


49,791 


49,830 


52,655 


+ 6 


May 


2,166 


2,1*12 2,355 


2,296 


2,485 


+ 8 


49,906 


51,413 


50,991 


51,922 


53,450 


+ 3 


June 


1,909 


2,236 2,335 


2,214 


2,5^5 


+ 15 


48,071 


48,847 


47,836 


51,468 


52,685 


+ 2 


July 


1,638 


1,977 2,159 


1,855 


2,135 


+ 15 


44,784 


47,729 


47,410 


49, 702 


50,500 


+ 2 


Aug. 


1,571 


1,891 1,91*0 


1,751 


1,775 


+ 1 


43,646 


45,520 


45,215 


47,448 


50,775 


+ 7 


Sept. 


1,691 


1,855 2,091* 


1,870 


2,050 


+ 10 


42,849 


42,158 


43,503 


46,365 


1*8,960 


+ 6 


Oct. 


1,893 


1,915 2,169 


2,050 


2,150 


+ 5 


44,822 


43,130 


44,993 


47,026 


48,320 


+ 3 


Hov. 


1,991 


1,855 2,090 


2,024 


2,080 


+ 3 


4o,824 


40,648 


41,762 


43,750 


44,810 


+ 2 


Dec. 


1,995 


1,872 2,279 


2,077 


2,215 


+ 7 


39,170 


39,244 


4o,ioo 


42, 914 


43,885 


+ 2 


Year 


23,0Vr 


2l*,792 25,6ll* 


24, 294 


26, 285 


+ 8 


53^,652 


546,453 


552,211 


578,249 


596,765 


+ 3 




Creamed cottage cheese 


Evaporated milk 


Jan. 


1*6,028 


53,946 55,013 


57,356 


58,480 


+ 2 


164,751 


161,282 


143,712 


143,439 


132,900 


- 7 


Feb. 


52,780 


52,768 57,106 


63,005 


61,775 


- 2 


171,006 


169,^93 


136,376 


140,356 


136,900 


- 2 


Mar. 


65,926 


68,618 68,238 


69,496 


77,250 


+ 11 


208,810 


2U,506 


176,006 


182,391 


169,300 


- 7 


Apr. 


56,722 


63,571 63,373 


64,317 


68,640 


+ 7 


240,078 


246,819 


207,631 


209,280 


202,600 


- 3 


May 


60,890 


63,^78 61*, 69I* 


65,950 


68,165 


+ 3 


300,088 


312,071 


280,197 


271,993 


264,000 


- 3 


June 


58,1*61 


61,054 60,238 


65,488 


68,340 


+ 4 


302,282 


278,722 


270,787 


270,003 


245,600 


- 9 


July 


55, MO 


60, 986 61, 615 


65,281 


63,620 


+ 1 


266,979 


2^3,166 


250,497 


235,329 


207,200 


- 12 


Aug. 


55,675 


58,1*24 57,618 


61,391 


64,960 


+ 6 


232,599 


213,993 


216,293 


216,557 


203,300 


- 6 


Sept. 


5^,022 


54,088 56,238 


59,827 


63,075 


+ 5 


189,258 


170,187 


184,702 


185,062 


171,000 


- 8 


Oct. 


56,915 


55,067 58,890 


61, 109 


61,095 





l£3,928 


161,601 


161,624 


152,655 


160,500 


+ 5 


Nov. 


51,786 


52,081 53,289 


55,769 


57,485 


+ 3 


146,067 


136,803 


131,902 


124,176 


139,200 


+ 12 


Dec. 


1*8,911 


^9,^5 51,793 


55,191 


56,3^5 


+ 2 


154,295 


141,994 


138,605 


136,720 


139.700 


+ 2 


Year 


663,526 693,526 708,105 744,180 


771,230 


+ 4 2,5110,141 

1 


2,447,637 


2,298,332 


2,267,961 . 


2,172,200 


- 4 



g 



1/1956-59 from enumerations, i960 are revised estimates, 
/Excludes cottage and full-skim American. 



15 



Table 8. -Specified dairy products: Production, United States, 
by months, 1956-60 \j — Continued 





Condensed whole milk (case goods) 




] 


ary whole 


milk 
















I960 












i960 


Month 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


chge. 
from 
1959 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


chge. 
from 
1959 




1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


Per- 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 Per- 




pounds 


pounds 
7,270 


pounds 
4,107 


pounds 
4,220 


pounds 
5,025 


cent 
+19 


pounds 
7,930 


pounds 
8,162 


pounds 
7,951* 


pounds 

7,673 


pounds cent 


Jan. . 


3,129 


3,450 +10 


Feb.. 


4,267 


3,193 


2,650 


4,877 


5,000 


+ 3 


8,840 


6,381 


6,301 


7,243 


7,650 + 6 


Mar.. 


4,005 


6,^13 


4,246 


5,233 


6,115 


+17 


9,719 


7,683 


6,637 


8,641 


9,600 +11 


Apr.. 


4,616 


7,427 


6,376 


5,311 


6,675 


+26 


10,284 


3,930 


7,392 


8,687 


9,700 +12 


May.. 


5,257 


3,768 


6,372 


5,728 


6,140 


+ 7 


11,235 


11,248 


3,942 


9,636 


9,900 + 3 


June. 


6,739 


3,384 


5,912 


6,106 


6,225 


+ 2 


10,918 


10,475 


8,927 


9,200 


9,300 +1 


July. 


7,076 


5,569 


5,^84 


5,812 


5,880 


+ 1 


10,051 


10,151 


7,194 


7,859 


7,700 - 2 


Aug.. 


7,333 


4,024 


4,387 


5,132 


5,860 


+14 


9,027 


3,239 


7,119 


7,087 


7,200 + 2 


Sept. 


6,334 


3,387 


5,128 


4,924 


5,815 


+18 


3,4o8 


7,210 


7,378 


7,637 


8,250 + 8 


Oct.. 


6,571 


4,051 


4,344 


4,463 


6,085 


+36 


7,676 


8,521 


7,733 


8,839 


8,900 + 1 


Nov.. 


6,705 


3,151 


3,862 


4,363 


5,725 


+31 


7,016 


7,120 


6,173 


7,434 


6,700 -10 


Dec. 


7,593 


3,223 


4,186 


4,477 


4,806 


+ 7 


9,l6l 


8,554 


5,942 


9,138 


7,800 -15 


Year. 


69,725 


59,860 


57,054 


60,646 


69,351 


+14 


110,315 


103,174 


87,702 


99,129 


101,150 + 2 




Spray- dried nonfat milk for 


human foe 


>d 


Total nonfat 


dry milk 


for human food 


Jan. . 


102,620 


116, 140 


126,921 


130,034 


139.000 


+ 7 


115,069 


125,379 


138,233 


139,459 


150,300 + 8 


Feb.. 


105,656 


114,321 


122,083 


124,636 


146,000 


+17 


113,997 


123,949 


132,451 


133,733 


158,400 +18 


Mar.. 


126,431 


137,273 


146,596 


147,682 


156,500 


+ 6 


142,660 


149,012 


159,671 


159,720 


170,200 + 7 


Apr.. 


137,732 


149,593 


156,715 


164,825 


169,000 


+ 3 


153,396 


165,508 


172,461 


179,953 


185,500 + 3 


May.. 


153,265 


183,128 


137,753 


192,61*4 


203,000 


+ 5 


179,056 


209,366 


210,506 


213,039 


224,600 + 5 


June. 


151,732 


169,596 


134,389 


179,316 


192,000 


+ 7 


179,439 


192,472 


207, 397 


199,442 


211,000 + 6 


July. 


120,359 


130,686 


143,003 


134,722 


146,000 


+ 3 


136,518 


143,899 


156,145 


147,360 


158,350 + 7 


Aug.. 


89,412 


102,312 


104,060 


102,552 


111,300 


+ 9 


99,771 


112,122 


114,028 


110,955 


121,650 +10 


Sept. 


74,462 


78,724 


33,133 


83,099 


91,000 


+ 3 


31,722 


35,453 


90,650 


95,769 


98,800 + 3 


Oct.. 


75,110 


90,154 


90,891 


92,573 


102,300 


+11 


31,228 


98,401 


99,219 


99,832 


110,000 +10 


Nov.. 


79,732 


88,815 


95,446 


97,672 


103,300 


+ 6 


85,621 


95,407 


102,508 


104,817 


110,300 + 5 


Dec. 


102,271 


113,223 


117,923 


125,857 


129,600 


+ 3 


111,417 


122,407 


126,340 


136,056 


138,350 + 2 


Year. 


k3lA382 


1,558,918 




L, 689, 500 




L,489,894 


1,709,664 




1,837,450 




2 


.,473,970 




1,581,112 




+ 7 


1,623,880 




1,720,185 


+ 7 






Dry skim milk for animal 


feed 




Dry buttermilk 


Jan. . 


1,500 


1,1*51 


1,608 


2,189 


1,720 


-21 


5,169 


5,568 


6,482 


7,203 


7,950 +10 


Feb.. 


1,1*65 


1,525 


1,651 


1,645 


2,000 


+22 


5,674 


5,513 


6,435 


6,596 


7,6oo +15 


Mar.. 


1,637 


1,483 


1,854 


1,903 


2,050 


+ 8 


6,206 


6,1*03 


7,391* 


7,490 


8,950 +19 


Apr.. 


1,847 


1,700 


1,831 


2,016 


1,950 


- 3 


6,272 


6,51*3 


7,182 


7,811 


8,300 + 6 


May.. 


2,133 


2,533 


2,279 


2,314 


2,350 


+ 2 


6,998 


7,904 


8,426 


8,528 


9,550 +12 


June. 


2,359 


2,339 


1,991 


2,339 


2,300 


- 2 


6,948 


7,386 


7,958 


8,229 


9,300 +13 


July. 


1,880 


2,083 


1,984 


2,047 


1,850 


-10 


5,615 


6,322 


7,152 


6,796 


7,300 + 7 


Aug.. 


1,550 


1,749 


1,616 


1,833 


1,660 


- 9 


4,656 


5,343 


5,400 


5,21*3 


5,700 + 9 


Sept. 


1,116 


1,638 


1,578 


1,756 


1,550 


-12 


4,o8l 


4,219 


4,521 


4,803 


4,700 - 2 


Oct.. 


1,130 


1,765 


1,531 


1,727 


1,220 


-29 


4,010 


4,930 


4,893 


5,763 


5,400 . 6 


Nov.. 


1,324 


1,433 


1,485 


1,637 


1,850 


+13 


3,991 


4,736 


4,995 


5,767 


5,450 - 5 


Dec. 


1,321 


1,439 


1,774 


1,731 


2,050 


+15 


4,649 


5,491 


6,322 


7,246 


6,850 - 5 


Year. 


19,262 


21,203 


21,182 


23,187 


22,550 


- 3 


64,269 


70,358 


77,160 


81,1*75 


87,050 + 7 



1/ 1956-59 from enumerations, i960 are revised estimates. 

- 16 - 



Table 9 --Evaporated, condensed, and dry milk products: Manufacturers' reported 
stocks at end of month, United States, 1956-60 1/ 



January . . 
Pebruary. 
March .... 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August . . . 
September 
October. . 
November . 
December. 



January. . . 
Pebruary. . 
March. 

April 

May , 

June 

July , 

August 
September, 
October.., 
November . . 
December . , 



January. . , 
Pebruary. . 
March. 
April...., 

May 

June 

July , 

August. . . , 
September, 
October. ., 
November., 
December . , 



Evaporated whole milk (case goods) 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



19o0 



1,000 
pounds 

156,759 
110,573 
111,413 
124,380 
168,481 
311,983 
401,894 
434,536 
425,545 
383,686 
310,371 
224,025 



1,000 

pounds 

156,396 
123,699 
83,250 
154,153 
244,663 
366,927 
421,722 
433,666 
428,868 
379, 64i 
262,925 
215,465 



1,000 
pounds 
158,966 
106,973 
87,190 
106,829 
186,490 
270,743 
333,421 
373,684 
387,966 
353,048 
274,851 
190,997 



1,000 
pounds 

136,023 
92,420 
84,242 
106,196 
197,752 
288,979 
332,895 
375,354 
333,959 
325,095 
279,023 
224,991 



1,000 
pounds 



178,131 
135,954 
95,^91 
112,475 
206,758 

261,179 
302,101 
364, 7'H 
341,169 
319,174 
293,379 
218,315 



Dry vhole milk 2/ 



3,959 

8,914 

8,290 

8,524 

11,437 

12,062 

15,192 

14,313 

13,113 

11,725 

n,390 

10,757 



10,480 

10,379 

9,578 

9,758 

12,014 

13,552 

13,941 

12,736 

11,095 

11,671 

11,013 

8,964 



9,414 
7,284 
7,503 
3,173 
8,971 
10,067 
10,123 
9,139 
9,515 
9,273 
7,232 
6,204 



6,390 
6,203 
6,025 
6,235 
7,573 
7,055 
7,490 
7,232 

4,919 

5,724 

5,343 
6,486 



6,314 

6,793 
6,322 
5,753 
6,848 
7,951 
7,205 
6,405 
5,254 
4,892 
5,550 
6,890 



Roller- dried nonfat milk for human food 



15,532 
14,523 
16,906 
18,425 
22,886 
30,380 
29,923 
26,361 
23,254 
17,650 
13,440 
9,943 



8,184 

6,110 

5,589 

8,190 

18,202 

23,569 

22,327 

19,341 

14,743 

11,017 

8,508 

3,309 



8,468 

8,607 

10,808 

12,107 

18,679 

22,579 

2l,6l4 

20,104 

15,454 

12,421 

9,886 

7,812 



5,680 

4,122 

4,485 

6,279 

10,475 

14,503 

14,186 

12,080 

9,375 

7,134 

5,366 

6,024 



6,824 
7,627 
8,939 
12,052 
17,455 
19,705 
23,033 
21,371 
18,622 
16,366 
14,330 
14, 160 



Condensed whole milk (case goods) 



1956 



1957 



1953 



1959 



i960 



1,000 
pounds 

6,222 
6,230 
8,133 
7,038 
6,873 
7,550 
7,937 
8,192 
3,761 
9,335 
10,391 
9,649 



1,000 
pounds 

9,117 
9,559 
9,149 
9,227 
9,547 
9,416 
8,406 
7,517 
7,533 
6,634 
6,469 
5,634 



1,000 
pounds 
5,384 
4,287 
5,501 
6,308 
6,744 
8,13b 
7,346 
5,336 
7,44o 
5,956 
5,604 
4,840 



1,000 
pounds 

3,513 
3,791 
5,H6 

4,359 
5,722 
6,44V 

5,715 
5,666 
6,913 
5 A12 

4,270 
5,108 



1,000 
pounds 

3,713 
4,596 
5,517 
5,-436 
6,435 
^,255 
4,356 
5,467 
5,484 
5,635 
6,262 
6,533 



Spray- dried nonfat milk for human food 



73,605 

76,137 

85,489 

94,252 

114,915 

134,315 

126,326 

105,046 

86,034 

67,161 

61,167 

67,851 



79,984 

77,473 

75,135 

87,381 

121,528 

144,205 

132,379 

112,205 

92,280 

81,787 

74,745 

77,379 



79,332 

74,138 

78,460 

72,729 

100,871 

121,942 

112,869 

93,832 

79,861 

69,962 

69,858 

79,701 



81,868 
75,744 
74,468 
82,064 
114., 612 

130,319 
118,066 
102,592 
89,273 
79,731 
79,990 
90,555 



93,332 

98,092 

92,756 

100,262 

135,925 

142,640 

133,849 

115,755 

95,173 

93,881 

87,360 

88,917 



Total nonfat dry milk for human food 



94,137 

90,660 

102,395 

112,677 

137,801 

164,695 

156,249 

131,407 

109,288 

84,811 

74,607 

77,794 



88,168 
83,583 
80,724 

95,571 
139,730 
167,774 
154,706 
131,546 
107.023 

92,8o4 

83,253 
85,688 



87,800 

82,745 

89,268 

84,836 

119,550 

144,521 

134,483 

113,936 

95,315 

82,383 

79,744 

87,513 



87,548 

79,866 

78,953 

83,343 

125,087 

144,822 

132,252 

114,672 

98,648 

86,915 

85,356 

96,579 



100,206 
105,719 
101,695 
112,314 
153,380 
162,345 
156,882 
137,126 

113,795 
110,247 
101,690 
103,077 



1/ i960 revised to include data for firms not reporting previously. 
2/ Includes packaged goods. 

- 17 - 



Table 9. -Evaporated, condensed, and dry milk products: Manufacturers' reported 
stocks at end of month, United States, I956-6O 1/ — Continued 



Month 



January . . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September . 
October. . . 
November . . 
December . . 



Dry skim milk for animal feed 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



i960 



1,000 
pounds 

799 
817 
9^9 
1,2^1 
1,496 
1,831 
l,86l 
1,896 
1,581 
1,302 
1,126 
1,085 



1,000 
pounds 

1,135 
1,145 
1,058 
1,065 
1,526 
1,653 
1,826 
1,695 
1,401 
1,181 
995 
936 



1,000 

pounds 

729 

738 

705 

662 

933 

1,015 

1,136 

1,140 

943 

766 

554 

569 



1,000 
pounds 

635 
537 
570 
736 
903 
1,076 
1,122 

1,133 

1,018 

691 

680 

563 



1,000 
pounds 

723 
723 

839 
1,299 
1,427 
1,626 
1,836 
1,474 

i,m 

1,224 
1,188 



Dry buttermilk 



1956 



1,000 
pounds 

4,629 
4,552 
6,042 
6,148 
6,016 
6,412 
6,617 
5,924 
5,417 
5,038 
4,865 
4,210 



1957 



1958 



1,000 


1,000 


pounds 


pounds 


4,942 


4,645 


4,784 


5,492 


5,770 


6,033 


6,436 


6,396 


7,431 


6,994 


7,716 


7,160 


7,878 


7,718 


7,412 


6,740 


5,773 


5,249 


5,022 


4,253 


4,146 


3,906 


4,414 


4,104 



1969 



1,000 
pounds 

4,973 
4,916 
5,912 
6,224 
6,694 
7,319 
7,022 
5,886 
4,646 
4,369 
4,696 
5,166 



i960 



1,000 
pounds 

I ,133 

7,609 

8,469 

8,709 

10,774 

11,343 

11,929 

11,253 

8,647 

7,826 

6,801 

6,443 



1/ i960 revised to Include data for firms not reporting previously. 



Table 10. -Milk used in manufactured dairy products: Average milkfat test 
and prices paid by plants, United States, by months, 1959-60 



Month 



Butter and byproducts l/ 



Milk price 
per cvt. 



1959 I960 



Average 
fat test 



1959 I960 



Milkfat price 
per pound 



1959 



i960 



Total cheese 



Milk price 
per ewt. 



1959 



i960 



Average 
fat test 



1959 I960 



Milkfat price 
per pound 



1959 i960 



January. • • 
February . 
March 
April 

May 

June 

July 

August • • • 
September 
October • . 
November • 
December . 



Dollars 



Percent 



Dollars 



Dollars 



Percent 



.15 
.08 
.05 
.02 
.01 
.00 
.03 
.12 
.26 
•37 

.33 



January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 

September .... 

October 

November 

December 



3.20 
3-15 
3.07 
3.01 
2.99 
2.99 
3-03 
3.H 
3.22 
3.38 
3A7 
3.44 



3.22 
3.17 
3.1* 
3-10 
3.06 
3.06 
3.10 
3-15 
3.32 
3-39 
3.42 
3.36 



3.76 
3.70 
3.64 
3.62 
3.63 
3.63 
3.66 
3.72 
3-84 
3.95 
3.95 
3.84 



3.76 
3.69 
3.68 
3.64 
3.64 
3.63 
3.67 
3.73 
3.85 
3.91 
3.90 
3.82 



.84 
.83 
.84 
.83 
.83 
•83 
•83 
.84 
.85 
•85 
.87 
.87 



.86 
.86 
.85 
.85 
.84 
.84 
.84 
.84 
.86 
.87 
.88 
.88 



3-20 

3.1U 
3.06 
3.00 
2.98 
2.98 
3.02 
3.09 
3.20 
3-35 
3.44 
3Al 



3.31 
3.26 
3.20 
3-07 
3.05 
3.05 
3.08 
3.18 
3Al 
3.63 
3.66 
3.63 



3.81 
3.74 
3.69 
3.66 
3.67 
3.68 
3.71 
3-77 
3.87 
3-99 
4.00 
3-93 



3.83 
3-75 
3.71 
3.67 
3.70 
3.69 
3-71 
3-77 
3.86 
3.96 
3.98 
3-93 



American cheese l/ 



Swiss cheese 



3.35 
3.29 
3.23 
3.07 
3.06 
3.07 
3.10 
3.21 
3.46 
3.69 
3.70 
3.66 



3.85 
3.78 
3.73 
3.70 
3.72 
3.73 
3.77 
3.83 
3.9^ 
4.08 
4.08 
3.98 



3.88 
3-79 
3.75 
3.71 
3-75 
3.7^ 
3-77 
3.83 
3-93 
4.04 
4.05 

i2L 



.83 
.83 
.82 
.81 
.80 
.80 
.80 
.81 

.82 

.83 
.85 

.86 



.86 
•87 
.86 
.83 
.82 
.82 
.82 
.84 
.88 
.91 
• 91 
l2L 



3.24 

3.17 
3.09 
3.01 
3.00 
2.97 
3.01 
3.06 
3.18 
3.35 
3A1 

3-37 



3.26 
3.21 

3.17 
3.06 
3.01 
2.97 
3.02 
3.09 
3.31 
3.^7 
3.54 
3-53 



3.72 
3.63 
3.58 
3-53 
3-51 
3.^7 
3.52 
3.56 
3.66 
3.80 
3.84 
3.82 



3.72 
3.67 
3.62 
3-55 
3-53 
3-48 

3-51 
3-56 
3.67 
3.76 
3.83 
3.81 



Dollars 



.84 
.84 

• 83 
.82 
.81 
.81 
.81 
.82 

• 83 
.84 
.86 
.87 



•87 
.87 
.86 
.85 
.85 
.86 
.86 
.86 
.87 
.88 

.89 
.88 



.86 
.87 
.86 
.84 
.82 
.83 
.83 
.84 
.88 
.92 
.92 
.92 



88 

87 
88 
86 
85 
85 
86 
87 
90 
92 
92 

23_ 



See footnotes at end of table. 



- 18 - 



Bxble 10. -Milk used in manufactured dairy products: Average milkfat test 
and prices paid by plants, United States, by months, 1959-60 — Continued 





Brick and Munster cheese 






Italian 


cheese 








Milk 


price 


Average 


Milkfat price 


Milk 


price 


Average 


Milkfat price 




per 


cvt. 


fat 


best 


per pound 


per 


cvt. 


fat 


test 


per 


pound 




1959 


i960 


1959 


i960 


1959 


i960 


1959 


i960 


1959 


I960 


1959 


i960 




Dol 


lars 


Percent 


Dollars 


Dollars 


Percent 


Dollars 


January . . . 


3-13 


3-21 


3.68 


3.69 


.85 


.87 


3.22 


3.34 


3-75 


3.78 


.86 


.88 


February . . 


3-08 


3.15 


3.60 


3.62 


.86 


•87 


3.17 


3.30 


3.68 


3.72 


.86 


.89 


March 


3.02 


3.08 


3.57 


3.58 


.85 


.86 


3.12 


3.27 


3.65 


3.69 


.85 


.89 


April 


2.97 


3.00 


3.51 


3.54 


.85 


.85 


3.08 


3.18 


3.61 


3.66 


.85 


.87 


May 


2.93 


2.95 


3-53 


3.52 


.83 


.84 


3.03 


3.14 


3.59 


3-66 


.84 


.86 


June 


2.90 


2.9^ 


3.49 


3.51 


.83 


.84 


3.01 


3-14 


3.61 


3-66 


•83 


.86 


July 


2.96 


3-00 


3-53 


3-57 


.84 


.84 


3.05 


3.17 


3.63 


3.66 


.84 


•87 


August .... 


3-00 


3.06 


3.57 


3.60 


.84 


.85 


3.12 


3-23 


3.64 


3.69 


.86 


.88 


September . 


3.13 


3-35 


3.67 


3.68 


•85 


.91 


3.23 


3.45 


3-73 


3.75 


• 87 


• 92 


October . . . 


3.26 


3.61 


3.82 


3.81 


.85 


• 95 


3-35 


3.65 


3.83 


3.81 


.87 


• 96 


November . . 


3-35 


3.68 


3.85 


3.85 


.87 


.96 


3.41 


3.69 


3.85 


3.85 
3.84 


.89 


.96 


December . . 


3.32 


3.62 


3.78 


3.78 


.88 


• 96 


3.42 


3-70 


3.83 


.89 


.96 






All other 


cheese 






Total typei 


3 cheese 


other 


than American 


January . . . 


3 .14 


3.18 


3.80 


3.80 


.83 


.84 


3.19 


3.25 


3.75 


3.76 


.85 


.86 


February . . 


3.07 


3.10 


3.72 


3.70 


.83 


.84 


3.13 


3.20 


3.67 


3.69 


•85 


.87 


March 


2.96 


3.03 


3.63 


3.65 


.82 


.83 


3.05 


3.14 


3.62 


3.65 


.84 


.86 


April 


2.91 


2.9^ 


3.60 


3.60 


.81 


.82 


2.99 


3.06 


3-57 


3.60 


.84 


.85 


May 


2.90 


2.93 


3.58 


3.61 


.81 


.81 


2.97 


3-02 


3-55 


3.59 


.84 


.84 


June 


2.88 


2.91 


3-57 


3.58 


.81 


.81 


2.95 


3.00 


3.54 


3.56 


.83 


.84 


July 


2.92 


2.95 


3.63 


3.62 


.80 


.81 


2.99 


3.04 


3.58 


3.59 


.84 


.85 


August .... 


3.01 


3.02 


3-73 


3.69 


.81 


.82 


3.06 


3.11 


3.63 


3.64 


.84 


.85 


September . 


3.13 


3.21 


3.81 


3.77 


.82 


.85 


3.17 


3.32 


3-73 


3-73 


.85 


.89 


October . . . 


3.27 


3.^6 


3.94 


3-90 


•83 


•89 


3.31 


3-53 


3.86 


3.83 


.86 


• 92 


November . . 


3-37 


3.53 


3.96 


3.96 


.85 


•89 


3.39 


3-59 


3.89 


3.88 


.87 


• 93 


December . . 


3.36 


3.48 


3.94 


3.90 


.85 


•89 


3.38 


3-57 


3.86 


3.85 


.88 


• 93 




Evaporated milk 2/ 


All manufacturing milk 


3/ 




January . . . 


3.48 


3.52 


4.11 


4.09 


.85 


.86 


3.23 


3.32 


3.85 


3.86 


.84 


.86 


February . . 


3.4l 


3.45 


3.99 


4.00 


.85 


.86 


3.17 


3.26 


3.78 


3.78 


.84 


.86 


March 


3.31 


3.40 


3.89 


3-97 


.85 


.86 


3.U 


3.22 


3.72 


3.76 


.84 


.86 


April 


3.21 


3.25 


3.85 


3.84 


.83 


.85 


3.05 


3.12 


3.69 


3.70 


.83 


.84 


May 


3.16 


3.21 


3.85 


3-86 


.82 


.83 


3.03 


3.10 


3.71 


3.72 


.82 


.83 


June 


3.15 


3.19 


3.83 


3.84 


.82 


.83 


3.02 


3.09 


3.71 


3.71 


.81 


.83 


July 


3.19 


3.22 


3.88 


3.87 


.82 


.83 


3.06 


3.12 


3.75 


3.75 


.82 


.83 


August .... 


3-24 


3.29 


3.94 


3.94 


.82 


.84 


3.14 


3.20 


3.81 


3.82 


.82 


.84 


September . 


3.37 


3.47 


4.09 


4.05 


.82 


.86 


3.27 


3.41 


3.94 


3.92 


.83 


.87 


October . . . 


3.55 


3.63 


4.29 


4.20 


•83 


.86 


3.41 


3.55 


4.07 


4.02 


.84 


.88 


November . . 


3.62 


3.72 


4.32 


4.26 


.84 


.87 


3.48 


3.58 


4.07 


4.02 


.86 


.89 


December . . 


3.58 


3.72 


4.20 


4.20 


.85 


.89 


3.42 


3.54 


3.96 


3.94 


.86 


•90 



l/Revisions for 1959, by States and by months, for butter and byproducts and American cheese, were 
published by the Chicago Dairy office in the September i960 issue "Milk Prices Paid by Creameries and 
Cheese plants" released October 28, i960. Data for i960 are preliminary. 

2/Revisions for 1959 by States and by months, for evaporated milk, were published in the July i960 
issue of the "Evaporated, Condensed, and Dry Milk Report" released August 31, i960. Data for i960 
are preliminary. 

3/Represents a weighted average of the prices of milk for butter and byproducts, American cheese, 
and evaporated milk. 



- 19 - 





Table 


11. -Manufacturing milk: Average milkfat test 


and prices paid 










per hundredweight, United State 


;s, by months, I956-6O 1/ 








1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 2/ 


Month 


Price 


Fat 
test 


Price 


Fat 
test 


Price 


Fat 
test 


Price 


Fat 
test 


Price 


Fat 
test 




Dollars 


Percent 


Dollars 


Percent 


Dollars 


Percent 


Dollars 


Percent 


Dollars 


Percent 


January. . . . 


3.29 


3-93 


3.1+0 


3-94 


3.34 


3.83 


3.23 


3.85 


3-32 


3.86 


February. . . 


3.22 


3.85 


3-32 


3.83 


3-28 


3.82 


3.17 


3.78 


3.26 


3.78 


March 


3.U* 


3.80 


3-24 


3.78 


3.19 


3.76 


3-11 


3.72 


3-22 


3-76 


April 


3.3* 


3.77 


3.18 


3-75 


3.01 


3-72 


3.05 


3.69 


3-12 


3.70 


May 


3.16 


3.78 


3.16 


3-77 


2.99 


3-73 


3.03 


3.71 


3.10 


3.72 


June 


3.1* 


3.76 


3-14 


3-75 


2.99 


3-72 


3.02 


3-71 


3-09 


3-71 


July 


3.18 


3.82 


3.16 


3-79 


3-05 


3.78 


3.06 


3-75 


3-12 


3-75 


August 


3-24 


3-88 


3.22 


3.86 


3-12 


3.85 


3.14 


3.81 


3.20 


3.82 


September . . 


3.38 


4.03 


3-37 


4.01 


3-25 


3-97 


3-27 


3.94 


3-41 


3-92 


October .... 


3.W 


4.11 


3.46 


4.12 


3.35 


4.06 


3.41 


4.07 


3-55 


4.02 


November. . . 


3-54 


4.12 


3.49 


4.11 


3.35 


4.05 


3-48 


4.07 


3.58 


4.02 


December. . . 


3A7 


4.02 


3-42 


4.00 


3-31 


3.98 


3-42 


3.96 


3.54 


3.94 


Average 3/ 


3.25 


3-55 


3.27 


3-87 


3-15 


3.84 


3.17 


3.82 


3.26 


3-82 



l/ Monthly figures represent weighted average prices and fat tests of milk used in the production of 
creamery butter and by-products, American cheese and evaporated milk. This price series is one of the 
factors used in calculating the parity price equivalent of manufacturing milk. Individual product series 
are 6hown in table 10. 2/ Preliminary. 3/ Derived by weighting the 12 monthly figures with total 
quantities of milk used in the manufacture of the three major products. Annual averages published 
previously were the simple average of 12 monthly figures. 



Table 12. -Evaporated whole milk: Manufacturers' average selling price per case of 48 
cans in carlots, by months, United States, 1956-60, and geographic divisions, i960 

(Dollars) 



n' 





1956 


1 1 
1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 








i960 by 


division 






Month 


New 


Mid. 


So. 


E. No. 


W. No. 


So. 


No. 


So. 














Eng. 


Atl. 


Atl. 


Cent. 


Cent. 


Cent. 


West 


West 


January.... 


5.71 


5.93 


6.15 


6.16 


6.37 


6.31 


6.26 


6.29 


6.28 


6.44 


6.44 


6.54 


6.59 


February... 


5.69 


5-93 


6.15 


6.17 


6.38 


6.30 


6.27 


6.30 


6.28 


6.45 


6.45 


6.54 


6.59 


March 


5.68 


5-95 


6.15 


6.17 


6.37 


6.29 


6.25 


6.30 


6.27 


6.44 


6.45 


6.54 


6.59 


April 


5.69 


6.05 


6.12 


6.17 


6.35 


6.26 


6.22 


6.28 


6.25 


6.42 


6.42 


6.52 


6-57 


May 


5-75 


6.06 


6.10 


6.15 


6.33 


6.24 


6.20 


6.26 


6.23 


6.41 


6.42 


6.52 


6.57 


June 


5.89 


6.05 


6.11 


6.16 


6.31 


6.22 


6.18 


6.24 


6.20 


6.39 


6.39 


6.49 


6.55 


July 


5.92 


6.06 


6.11 


6.15 


6.31 


6.21 


6.18 


6.24 


6.19 


6.40 


6.39 


6.48 


6.54 


August 


5-93 


6.06 


6.15 


6.18 


6.31 


6.21 


6.18 


6.25 


6.21 


6.4o 


6.41 


6.47 


6.54 


September . . 


5-93 


6.05 


6.15 


6.18 


6.32 


6.23 


6.19 


6.26 


6.22 


6.41 


6.41 


6.47 


6.53 


October.... 


5-93 


6.05 


6.14 


6.25 


6.33 


6.24 


6.21 


6.26 


6.23 


6.42 


6.40 


6.49 


6.54 


November . . . 


5-93 


6.08 


6.14 


6.34 


6.33 


6.23 


6.20 


6.27 


6.25 


6.44 


6.41 


6.46 


6.52 


December.. . 


5-93 


6.14 


6.15 


6.38 


6.33 


6.24 


6.20 


6.26 


6.25 


6.45 


6.42 


6.46 


6.53 


St. Av. ... 


5.83 


6.03 


6.14 


6.20 


6.34 


6.25 


6.21 


6.27 


6.24 


6.42 


6.42 


6.50 


6.56 



\j Manufacturers' prices are based upon the reports made by manufacturers covering actual sales of 
goods delivered at manufacturers ' distributing points on the basis of cash or short- time credit. 

Table 13.-Dry whole milk: Manufacturers* average selling price per pound, 
f .o.b. plant, United States, by months, 1956-60 \j 
(Cents) 





1-2^ pound packages 


5- pound packages 


Month 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


January. . . . 


43.93 


43.64 


44.58 


44.80 


45.49 


40.79 


39.49 


40.45 


39.91 


40.98 


February. . . 


44.01 


45.94 


46.71 


46.93 
45.04 


44.83 


39-02 


40.80 


41.98 


40.23 


41.65 


March 


42.75 


45.80 


48.75 


45.82 


38.65 


40.49 


41.77 


39-55 


41.23 


April 


44.61 


45.63 


44.77 


46.90 


43.21 


38.56 


40.78 


41.83 


39.93 


38.58 


May 


43.18 


45.85 


46.31 


43.02 


45.10 


38.36 


40.58 


42.40 


39-57 


41.40 


June 


43.89 


45.59 


45.14 


43.61 


44.97 


38.II 


40.15 


41.22 


39.66 


40.92 


July 


43.61 


44.88 


44.33 


43.64 


^5-55 


38.94 


39-99 


39-53 


41.36 


40.55 


August 


42.46 


46.01 


45.74 


47.05 


43.92 


39-00 


40.97 


40.41 


42.70 


41.79 


September . . 


42.55 


46.66 


45.12 


46.50 


44.65 


39.28 


41.91 


40.78 


42.40 


42.70 


October .... 


43.71 


46.08 


46.83 


45.23 


42.92 


39.08 


41.21 


40.53 


41.72 


39*42 


November . . . 


44.81 


45.30 


47.57 


44.92 


43.66 


39.58 


41.03 


39.91 


41.68 


40.69 


December.. . 


45.61 


45.31 


45.05 


50.21 


44.96 


40.24 


41.61 


41.16 


44.03 


40.81 


St. Av. ... 


43.76 


45.56 


45.91 


45.65 


44.59 


39.13 


40.75 


41.00 


41.06 


40.89 



\J See footnote at end of table. 



20 



Table 13.-Dry whole milk: Manuf acturers * average selling price per pound, 
f .o.b. plant, United States, by months, 1956-60 1/— Continued 

( Cents ) 



Month 



All other packages including barrels & drums 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



i960 



Total dry whole milk 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



i960 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September . 
October . . . 
November. . 
December. . 



St. av. 



32.24 
32.31 
32.70 
31-35 
32.31 
31.88 
33.17 
33.12 
32.80 
33-21 
32.70 
32.66 



32.54 
32.36 
32.08 
32.58 
31.82 
32.06 
31.74 
32.16 
33-08 
32.58 
32.42 

32.66 



33-20 

31.63 
31.53 
31.34 
30.52 

30.64 

30.95 
30.46 
30.92 
32.33 
31.36 
31.26 



31.0o 

30.93 
30.39 
31.45 
30.62 
30.21 
31.00 
31.06 
31.73 
32.05 
32.36 
32.69 



32.60 

31.21 
30.96 
30.33 
29.82 
29.41 
30.01 
31.70 
32.01 
32.34 
32.74 
32.29 



38-64 
36.40 
37-78 
38.50 
38.IO 
38.81 
33.95 
38.97 
38.33 
37-81 
37-13 
39.08 



38.ll 
37.76 
39-55 
39-97 
33.72 
39.32 
39-12 
40.34 
39.46 
38.14 
39-17 
40.43 



39-24 

40.43 
39.00 
37.25 
39-13 
39- IS 
33.14 
33.23 
33. 53 
38.66 
33.1.0 
33.52 



37-51 
37-37 
33.11 
39-39 
37-03 
38-09 



3^ 
39 



53 
12 



40.49 
37-64 
3s>.oo 
39-97 



38.10 
33.00 
37.58 
36.94 
36.90 
37.27 
37.05 
37.15 
36.81 
3b. 02 
36.64 
36.07 



3^.^ 



32.34 



31-34 



31.34 31-28 



33.33 39.17 38.72 33.57 37-04 



1/ Prices reported by firms weighted by their shipments to derive averages and segments also weighted 
by shipments to derive combined prices, i960 revised. 

Table 14. -Nonfat dry milk: Manufacturers' average selling price per pound, 
f .o.b. plant, United States, by months, 1956-60 1/ 

(Cents) 





Spray process for human food 


Roller process for human food 


Month 


195b 


1957 


1958 


1959 


I960 


1956 


1957 


1958 1959 


i960 




15-57 15-^7 15.50 13.68 13.76 
15-59 15.47 15.38 13.69 13.73 
15.53 15-48 15.33 13.67 13.87 
15.61 15.52 14.29 13.66 13.50 
15.58 15.49 13.89 13.65 13.58 
15.51 15.53 13.33 13.68 13.59 
15-35 15.44 13.31 13.71 13-43 
15-37 15.51 13.80 13.60 13.50 
15.45 15.47 13.79 13.67 13.71 
15.53 15-44 13.78 13-68 13.90 
15.49 15.50 13-76 13-80 14.03 
15.49 15.51 13.69 13.78 14.09 


13.69 13.72 13.90 12.50 13.06 
13.43 13.59 13-70 12.64 12.94 
13.43 13.60 13.54 lei. 41 12.80 




13.30 13-78 12.13 12>3 12.59 
13.22 13.70 12.06 12-37 12.49 




13.28 13.56 12.02 12.25 12.61 
13.37 13.55 12.19 12.29 12.58 
13.44 13.74 12.31 12.54 12.60 
13.49 13.86 12.33 12.80 12.56 
13.62 13.85 12.46 12.92 12.60 
13.69 14.27 12.62 13.07 12.77 
13.57 13.99 12.52 13-04 12.67 






15.51 15.49 14.24 13.69 13-73 


13.46 13.77 12.66 12.60 12.69 




Total for human food 


Dry skim for animal feed 




15.35 15.27 15.35 13.57 13-72 

15.36 15-24 15.25 13.60 13.73 
15.38 15.29 15-20 13.58 13.81 
15.35 15.36 14.12 13.56 13.44 
15.25 15.28 13.72 13.54 13.50 
15.18 15.29 13.62 13.54 13-51 
15.08 15.22 13.67 13.59 13-42 
15.10 15.30 13.67 13.51 13.43 
15.17 15.28 13.62 13.59 13.60 
15.24 15.23 13.63 13.62 13.79 
15.22 15-35 13.65 13.74 13.93 
15.22 15.37 13-57 13-73 13.99 


10.13 10.07 9.69 9.78 10.26 
10.34 9.89 9.79 9.70 IO.63 
10.07 9.83 9.96 9.72 10.30 




9.94 9.63 9.76 9.74 10.24 
10.04 10.12 9.58 9.75 10.20 

10.06 10.11 9.67 9.66 10.32 


July 


9.3l 10.03 9-44 10.07 10.17 




9.96 10.00 9-39 9.91 10.44 
9.86 9.51 9.50 9-85 10.21 
9.91 9.89 9.81 9.98 10.34 
9.81 10.07 9.64 9.99 10.40 
9.62 10.03 9-57 10.21 IO.52 




15.24 15.29 14.09 13.60 13.66 


9.96 9.95 9.65 9-86 10.34 



1/ Prices reported by firms weighted by their shipments to derive averages and segments also weighted 
by shipments to derive combined prices. 



21 



Table 15 . -Nonfat dry milk for human consumption: Manufacturers' average selling 

price per pound in carlots, f.o.b. plant, Chicago area O'.innesota, Wisconsin, 

Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan) by months 1 -""'56-60 1/ 

(Cents) 







Spray process 






Roller process 




! lonth 


























1957 


] 


1 5 




1956 




1958 






January 


15.48 


15.33 


15.23 


13.32 


13.51 


13.3^ 


13.22 


13.64 


12. 0U 


12. ■ 


February .... 


15.32 


15.15 


15.20 


13.32 


13.64 


12.95 


13.32 


13.72 


12.07 


12.77 


: arch 


15.36 


15.30 


15.17 


13.32 


13.51* 


13.05 


13-la 


13-55 


12.12 


12. .0 


April 


15-3 1 


15.35 


l4.6l 


13.32 


13. to 


13.53 


13.22 


12.20 


11. 1 


12.53 


•'fey 


15 .42 


15.33 


13. 4o 


13. to 


13.25 


13.52 


13.20 


11.65 


12.20 


12.35 


June 


15. to 


15.31 


13.29 


13. to 


13. 29 


13.21 


13.30 


11.5- 


11 . 80 


12.22 


July 


15.22 


15.26 


13-40 


13.35 


13.23 


13.0 


13.05 


11. 


11. lit 


12.19 


August 


15.29 


15.28 


13.36 


13 A7 


13.25 


13.33 


13.27 


11. '2 


12.17 


12.19 


September . . . 


15.13 


15.25 


13.33 


13.52 


13. to 


13. to 


13. to 


11.89 


12. 2d 


12.13 


October 


15.26 


15.22 


13.31 


13.58 


13.70 


13 .19 


13.60 


12.06 


12.56 


12.1*1 


Nover.ber .... 


15.32 


15.22 


13.35 


13. to 


13 . f 


13.29 


13.68 


12.21 


12.63 


12.51* 


December .... 


15.18 


15.24 


13-35 


13.55 


13.68 


13.36 


13.71 


12.06 


12.63 


12.56 



1, Fiscal month from 26th of preceding month through 25th of current 1 lonth 



Table l6.-Dry buttermilk: Manufacturers' average selling price per pound, 
f.o.b. plant, United States, by months 1956-60 1/ 

( Cents ) 



Month 


Human food 


Animal feed 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


1956 


1957 


1953 


1959 


i960 




14.28 ltol9 14.72 13.51 13.82 
lto28 1U.16 1U.79 13.91* 13.72 
ltol7 lto22 li+. 39 13.1*6 13.65 
ltol8 14.44 13.1U 13.62 13.59 
13-81* 13.96 12.79 13-53 13- to 
13-95 itoto) 12.82 13A3 13.37 
ltol9 lto31 12.86 13.55 I3.to 
li*. to 14.38 13.11 13-62 13.51 
14.19 14.48 13.31 13-99 13.74 
14.41 14.48 13.54 13.96 13.85 
14.34 14.37 13.65 14.08 14.28 
14.22 14.85 13.61 13.79 13-86 


9.42 8.34 8.58 9.93 10.89 
9-33 8.36 8.37 9-91 11.04 
9.05 7-81* 8.95 10.10 10.86 
8.50 7.78 8.88 10.20 IO.38 
8.36 7.61 8.87 lo.4o 10.60 
8.02 7.38 9.29 9.90 IO.76 


September. .. . 


8.01 7.65 9.18 9-57 10.97 
8.25 7.83 9-03 10.28 10.76 
7-79 7-99 9-41 9-85 10.82 
8.13 8.4o 9.68 10.46 IO.59 
8.34 8.33 10.09 10.64 10.93 
8.09 8.27 9-82 IO.56 10.61 




14.20 14.35 13.56 13.71 13.69 


8.44 7.98 9.18 10.15 10. rr 




Total human food and animal feed 




April 


13.28 12.98 13.73 13.04 13.27 
13.07 13.01 13.52 13-40 13.43 
13.12 13.03 13-41 13.02 13-15 
13.03 13.21 12.55 13-11 13-07 
12.59 12.81 12.28 13.10 12.87 
12.50 12.91 12.27 12.94 12.84 
12.55 13.15 12.31 12.94 12.92 
12.74 12.67 12.47 13.H 12.99 
12.59 12.98 12.76 13-32 13.27 
13.03 12.93 12.95 13.52 13.30 
12-53 13-27 13.04 13.61 13.77 
12.77 13.47 13-11 13-30 13.25 




September. . . . 






12.82 13.04 12.87 13.20 13.18 





1/ Prices reported by firms weighted by their shipments to derive averages and segments also weighted 
by - shipments to derived combined prices. 



22 



FLUID MILK AND CREAM: PRICES, SALES AND RECEIPTS, i960 
Fluid use prices higher in i960 

Dealer buying prices for milk for fluid use in about 160 markets in the 
United States averaged $5.48 per hundredweight in i960. This average, 
weighted by market area populations, was 7 cents higher than in 1959. Of the 
regional averages, prices were higher in 5* In one area the average was 
about the same, but in three, lower. For i960, United States average prices 
varied from a low of $5-19 in May and June to a high of $5*73 in November. 
By regions, the difference in the annual average was from $4.31 in the West 
North Central to $6.18 in the Middle Atlantic. 

Single quart home delivery prices advanced during i960 

The average price per single quart of home delivered whole milk in 25 
major cities was 26.3 cents during i960. This was an average of 0.6 cent 
per quart higher than the previous record in 1959 and 2.3 cents above the 
1954-58 annual average. Increases in the price of this unit of sale occurred 
in all of the 25 markets except New Orleans and Dallas, which were unchanged, 
and Hartford, Conn., which was 1.4 cents lower. Average prices were more 
than a cent higher in i960 than in 1959 in New York City, Indianapolis, 
Chicago, Detroit, Milwaukee, and Washington, D. C. 

i960 sales higher than 1959 for all fluid items except fluid cream 

Estimates of average daily sales of fluid whole milk products in 65 
Federal Order and 6 State marketing areas during i960 were fractionally 
higher than reported sales in 1959* Yearly estimates of sales for all items 
were based on reported in-area sales for the first 11 months of the year for 
all markets. For December, reported sales for some markets have been used. 
Estimates have been made for the remainder of the markets on the basis of 
observed trends. Skim milk sales for i960 in 69 of these areas (Federal 
markets in New York and New Jersey excluded) were 6 percent higher than in 
1959* Sales of milk and cream mixtures (half-and-half) in 66 of 71 markets 
(New York, New Jersey, Boston, Springfield, and Worcester excluded) were 3 
percent higher. Sales of other fluid cream items in these 66 markets for 
i960 were fractionally lower than the previous year. The total of all cream 
item sales together was 2 percent higher for the period. 

Receipts of milk in i960 6 percent above 1959 

Average daily receipts of milk from producers in 74 Federal Order and 5 
State marketing areas, at 120.0 million pounds in i960, were 6 percent 
larger than for 1959* Average daily receipts per producer were 642 pounds 
or 8 percent above the previous year. The number of producers in these 
markets declined 2 percent from 1959* The average milkfat test of receipts 
in 78 of these markets averaged 3*72 percent in i960 as compared with 3»71 
percent in 1959* 



- 23 - 



Table 17 .-Dealers' average buying prices for milk for fluid milk use (f. o. b. city) 

by months, U. s. 1956-60, by regions I960 y 

(per hundredweight-3.5i fat weighted by population of individual markets) 





United States 








fiegions, 196C 


?/ 








Month 










llbo 


New 


Hid. 


East 


.Meat 


28! h 


Past 


West 


| Moun- 


Pa- 




1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


Eng. 


Atl. 


1 North 
| Cent. 


Worth 
Cent. 


South 
Cent. 


South 
Cent. 


j tain 


cific 




Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


Dol. 


January.. . 


5.31 


5.55 


5.59 


5.1,8 


5.59 


6.1,6 


6.36 


1*. 58 


1*.3U 


6.10 


5.33 


5.52 


5.1*3 


5.1,1* 


February. . 


5.27 


5.50 


5.57 


5.1*6 


5.55 


6.1*6 


6.27 


1*.56 


1*.27 


6.10 


5.33 
5.21, 


5.63 


5.1*3 


5.1*1. 




5.13 


5.39 


5.1.7 


5.39 


5.1*8 


6.23 


$.15 


I*. 53 


l*.2l* 


6.02 


5.52 


5.1*1* 


5.1,1* 




U.99 


5.28 


5.22 


5.21 


5.27 


5.58 


5.81, 


1*.1*3 


1*.17 


5.92 


5.21* 


5.50 


5.1*5 


5.20 


May. ..... . 


5.15 


5.15 


5.11 


5.10 


5.19 


5.58 


5.65 


1*.33 


U.17 


5.92 


5.16 


5.1,7 


5.1*5 


5.20 




5.17 


5.15 


5.08 


5.09 


5.19 


5.58 


5.66 


It. 33 


I*.l6 


6.01 


5.li* 


5.28 


5.1*7 


5.19 




5.32 


5.26 


5.25 


5.27 


5.31* 


6.03 


5.91* 


I* .1*1 


1*.27 


6.06 


5.20 


5.1,3 


5.1*7 


5.19 


August.... 


5.35 


5.1.2 


5.1*0 


5.1*2 


5.1*7 


6.25 


6.19 


1*.51* 


U.33 


6.08 


5.23 


5.51 


5.1*8 


5.19 


September. 


5.10. 


5.58 


5.5o 


5.57 


5.58 


6.1,1* 


6.31* 


l*.6l 


a. 35 


6.09 


5.31 


5.51 


5.1*6 


5.1*1* 


October... 


5.51* 


5.73 


5.55 


5.63 


5.67 


6.1*5 


6.51* 
$.62 


U.67 


li.Ui 


6.09 


5.1*5 


5.55 


5.U9 


5.1.3 


November.. 


5.61 


5.75 


5.57 


5.65 


5.73 


6.1*5 


1..71* 


1*.51* 


6.09 


5.51 


5.62 


5.53 


5.1*1. 


December.. 


5.61 


5.71 


5.51* 


§.61 


5.72 


6.1*5 


6 T 56 


lt.76 


U.1,8 


6.09 


5.51 


5.72 


5.57 


5,1*8 


Average... 


5.32 


5^.1*6 


5.li 


5.1*1 


5.1*8 


6.16 


6.18 


1».5U 


1*.31 


6.05 


5.30 


S.52 


5.1*7 


5.3l* 



1/ In a number of markets the prices paid for fluid milk and cream are the same, 
tnevlateet reported up to and including the 10th of ^he month. 
2/ Preliminary. 



The prices shown are 



Table 18. -Dealers' average buying prices f*r milk for fluid milk use (f. o. b. city) 

Jby regions*. 1956-60 1/ 

(per hundredwelght-3.5% fat; weighted by population of individual markets) 



Year 



N£V 

England 



.Middle 
Atlantic 



JBaat 

North 

Central 



West 

North 

Central 



South. 
Atlantic 



East. 

South 

Central 



West 

South 

Central 



Mountain - Pacific 



"H. S. 



i956 

1957 
1958 
1959 
I960 



Dol. 



Dol. 



Dol. 



Dol. 



Dol. 



Dol. 



Dol. 



Dol. 



Dol. 



5.93 
6.28 
6.13 
6.23 
6.16 



5.81, 

6.21 
6.18 
6.18 
6.18 



l*.l*6 

l*.l*2 
1..28 
l*.27 
a. 51, 



l».l*6 

l*.31 
U.2U 
1*.23 
I*. 31 



6.08 
6.11* 
6.16 
6.08 
6.05 



5.15 
5.15 
5.11 
5.15 
5.30 



5.78 
5.58 
5.55 
5.1*3 
5.52 



5.68 
5.71* 
5.67 
5.50 
5.1*7 



5.05 
5.22 
5.17 
5.28 
5.3U 



Dol. 



5.32 
5.1.6 
5.1*1 
5.1*1 



1*B 



1/ In a number of markets the prices paid for fluid milk and cream are the same. The prices sfeown a*e 
the 



latest reported up to and including the 10th of the month. 
2/ Preliminary. 





.Table 


19.-Average prices of standard grade milk per single quart 
in 25 cities, United States by months, 1956-60 1, 


delivered to homes 
/ 




lear 


Jan. 


Feb. 


.March 


April 


Hay 


June 


July 


Aug. 


Sept. 


Oct. 


Nov. 


Dec. 


Ave. 


1956 
1957 
1958 
1959 
I960 


Cts. 

23.5 
21*. 7 
25.6 
25.5 
26.2 


Cts. 

23.5 

21.7 
25.6 
25.6 
26.2 


Cts. Cts. 

23.1* 23.3 
21*. 6 21*. 6 
25.6 25.2 
25.5 25.3 
26.1 25.9 


Cts. 

23.8 
2l*.l» 
25.1 
25.2 
25.9 


Cts. 

23.8 
2li.li 
25.0 

25.3 
25.8 


Cts. 

21*. 3 
21*. 5 
25.2 
25.5 
26.1 


Cts. 

21*. 2 
21*. 7 
25.1* 
25.7 
26. U 


Cts. Cts. 

2l*.l* 21* .6 
21*. 9 25.2 

25.5 25.6 
25.9 26.1 

26.6 26.7 


Cts. 

2l*.7 
25.1, 
25.7 
26.1 
26.7 


Ctju 

2U.8 
25.5 
25.6 
26,2 

26;e 


Cts. 

2l*.0 
2L.8 
25.1* 
25.7 
2fS.3 



1/ "Standard grade" is the grade commonly sold in each market. Grades vary between markets du* to 
differences in determining factors. The prices shown are the latest reported up to and including the 
10th of the month. Some prices revised due to change in grade reported far New Orleans. 



-21*- 



Table 2CvPrices of standard grade milk per single quart 
delivered to homes in 2$ cities 1/ 

Annual average by city 1956-60 



City 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



I960 



City 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



I960 



Boston, Mass.... 
Hartford, Conn.. 
New York, N. I.. 
Philadelphia, Pa 
Pittsburgh, Pa.. 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Indianapolis, Ind 
Chicago, HI.. 
Detroit, Mich. 
Milwaukee, Wis 
Minneapolis, Minn 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Omaha, Nebr 

Baltimore, Md... 



2/ 



Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. 



214.7 
25.5 
25.9 
21.0 
21*. 8 
22.1 
22.2 
26.9 
2U.0 
21.2 
22.0 
23.3 
21.1* 
2U.1 



26.3 
27.2 
27.8 
25.U 
25.8 
22.6 
23.0 
27.0 
214.3 
22.5 
21.6 
23.3 
22.0 
25.3 



26.5 
27.5 
29.8 
27.0 
26.6 
23.8 
23.0 
27.5 
2I4.3 
22.7 
22.0 
22.3 
22.0 
27.0 



26.3 
28.1* 
30.9 
27.0 
26.6 
23.8 
23.2 
28.U 
2U.1 
23.3 
22.0 
23. h 
22.5 
27.0 



27.2 
27.0 
32.2 
27.1 
27.0 
2l*.0 
2I4.2 
30.2 
25.5 
25.0 
22.lt 
23.8 
23.U 
27.9 



Washington, D. C. ... 
Jacksonville, Fla... 

Louisville, Ky 

New Orleans, La 

Dallas, Texas 

Denver, Colo 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Seattle, Wash 

Portland, Ore 

San Francisco, Cal. 2/22.0 
Los Angeles, Cal... 2/22. 3 




Average . 



2U.0 2U.8 25.1* 25.7 26.3 



Prevailing price in each city by months I960 



City 



Jan. 



Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov 



Dec. 



Av. 



Boston, Mass 

Hartford, Conn 

New York, N, Y.„.,. 

Philadelphia, Pa... 



Pittsburgh, Pa 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Indianapolis, Ind. . . 
Chicago. Ill 



Detroit, Mich 25-25i 



KiJwaukee, Wis. 
Minneapolis, Minn... 

Kansas City, Mo 

Omaha, Nebr 

Baltimore, Md 

Washington, D. C. ... 

J acksonville , Fla . . . 

Louisville, Ky 

New Orleans, La..... 

Dallas, Texas 

Denver, Colo 

Salt Lake City, Utah 

Seattle, Wash 

Portland, Ore 

San Fran. , Cal 

Los Angeles, Cal. . . . 



Average 




26.2 26.2 26.1 25.9 25.9 25.8 26.1 



Cts. 

28J- 

29 

28 

33* 

28- 

28i 
27j 
21. 



26.6 26.7 26.7 26.8 



Cts. 

27.2 

27.0 
32.2 

27.1 

27.0 
2U.0 



25 


21*. 2 


28i- 




32! 


30.2 


26 


25.5 


25: 


25.0 


23 


22.1; 


2U 


23.8 


21* 


23.U 


28 


27.9 


28- 


?8.0 


29 




29 


29.0 


26 


25.2 


26 


28.0 


27 


27.0 


26 


25.3 


25 


25.0 


26 


21..$ 


26i 


26.2 


27 


26.0 


26 


25.8 



26.3 



1/ "Standard grade" is the grade comn.only sold in each market. Grades vary between markets due to 
differences in determining factors. The prices shown are the latest reported up to and including the 
10th of the month. Some prices revised due to change in grade reported for New Orleans. 

2/ In markets having a service charge on the first unit at each single delivery location, the charge 
has been divided between 2 quarts. Since the single quart concept used historically is based on every 
day delivery, it is assuned that under every other day delivery the charge represents a two quart 
purchase. Service charge effective. Minneapolis, all Qf the period shown priox to June 1957* 
San Francisco, beginning March 1957$ Los Angeles, May 1956 through August 1958, 



25 - 



Table 21. — Whole milk and skim milk products: Averare daily sales and test in 
cert in Federal Order and State marketing areas, 1959-1960 l/_ 



Marketing area 



Whole milk 



1959 2/ 



Quantity 



M'fat 
test 



I960 3/ 



Quantity 



M'fat 
test 



Skim milk products 



1959 2/ 



Quantity 



M'fat 
test 



I960 3/ 



Quantity 



M'fat 
test 



1,000 
pounds 



NEW ENGLAND: 



Boston, Mass 

Spfld. & Wore., Mass. 
Southeastern New England. , 



'J • • • 



11,379 

I*, 891 
2,127 



3,066 
2,062 

1:59 
5,135 

217 
3,2) t 5 

971* 



2,366 

727 

1,395 

Connecticut l*/2, 131 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC: 

Federal markets in N. Y, 
Niagara Frontier, N. Y.- 
Rochester, N. Y.-S 

New Jersey-S 

Philadelphia, Pa 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL: 

Two Northern Ohio markets... 
Three other Ohio markets.... 

Two Indiana markets 

Chicago, 111 

'*uad Cities, 111. -la 

Southern Michigan 

N.E. Wis. '■ Up. Pen., Mich.. 

Milwaukee , Wis 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL : 

Minneapolis-3t. Paul, Minn.. 

Four Iowa markets.. 

Kansas City, Mo.-Kans 

St. Louis, Mo..., 

Ozarks, Mo. -Ark 

Two South Dakota markets.... 

Omaha-Line. -C.B. . Neb. -la... 

Three Kansas markets 

SOUTH ATLANTIC : 

Wilmington, Del 

App. & Bifid., Va.-W.Va.-T.. 

Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W. Va. 

North Carolina -S..... 

South Carolina -S. . .%/. 

Southeastern Florida 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL: 

Louisville & Paducah, Ky. . . . 

Four Tennessee markets 

Three Mississippi markets... 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL: 



Central Arkansas 

Two Louisiana markets 

Oklahoma Metropolitan 

Red River Valley, Okla.-Tex. 

North Texas 

Five Texas markets , 

MOUNTAIN: 

Two Colorado markets 

Central Arizona 

PACIFIC: 

Inland Empire. Wash. 
Puget Sound, Wash. 



Ida., 



California-S. 
Total (71 areas) 6/ 



1,181* 
882 
1,006 
1,123 
260 
lii6 
1*30 
63I* 



2U3 
21*6 

188 

1,71*0 

82l* 

983 

682 

1,075 
655 

299 
851 
766 
313 
1,21,5 
1,81*3 

239 
767 

21*1 

1,211 

11,699 



Pet. 



3.77 

3.65 

U/3-73 

IT/3. 70 



3.61 
3.63 

3.71 



3.53 
3.53 
3.56 
3.50 
3.17 
3.52 
3.5!* 
3.52 

3.U6 
3.37 
3.50 
3. tO 

3.51* 
3.1*0 

3.60 
3.66 
3.59 



3.76 

3.67 
3.72 
3.90 

3.69 
3.89 
3.66 
3.52 
3.53 
3.53 

3.U8 

3.51* 

3.60 
3.5k 
3.59 



1,000 
oounds 



2,390 

720 
1,1*09 
2,167 

11,198 

1,031 

1*1*9 

1*,893 

2,095 



3,OU3 
2,151 

1*67 
5,096 

213 
3,21.5 

976 

890 

1,181 

881* 

1,009 

1,093 

266 

11*5 

is 

253 
2U8 

h88 
1,901 

81*7 
1,000 

707 

1,099 

673 



302 
872 
776 
321* 
l,2l*6 
1,831* 



239 
785 



230 

1,196 

11,685 



Pet. 



3.69 
3.61* 



3.62 
3.6li 

3.68 



3.53 
3.52 
3.56 
3.50 
3.U7 
3.53 
3.53 
3.53 

3.50 
3.56 
3.51 
3.36 
3.50 
3.39 
3.51 
3.39 

3.62 
3.65 
3.58 



3.71* 

3.65 
3.69 
3.31 

3.71 
3.38 
3.61* 
3.1*9 
3.1*9 
3.50 

3.1*7 
3.53 



1,000 
nounds 



86.8 
31.1 
1*7.1 
Li/ 100.1* 



1*0.1 
1*2.1 

120.2 



226.5 
195.!* 

I*?. 5 
1*10.0 

1*1*. 
158.3 

6U.9 

87.3 



130.7 
130.8 
9?.l 
112.0 
26.6 
15.8 
1*6.2 
30.5 



11.3 
35.6 
21.1 
337.6 
150.1 
W.h 

72.1* 

172.5 

70.0 

1*2.7 
63.3 
56.1* 
26.9 
102.8 
118.7 

18.5 
72.1 



71*,652 



3.59 7l*,79l* 



3.60 23.2 

3.53 127.1 

3.59 1 ,265.1* 

3.57 



Pet. 



.82 

.71 
h/1.05 
W .59 



.67 
.60 

.81 



1.21 

1.2*1 

1.62 
1.39 
1.51 
.75 
.93 
1.10 

.81 
1.13 
1.22 
1.58 
1.20 
1.2*1* 
.60 
.82 

.80 

.71* 

1.05 



.75 
1.26 

.70 

.97 

1.29 
1-11* 

1.13 

.99 

1.05 

1.16 

.96 
1.01* 



1,000 
Dounds 



91.1* 
32.0 
1*5.2 
92.1* 



1*5.8 

1*3.3 

127.3 



226.3 
197.0 

55.3 
1*52.9 

1*8.1 
167.3 

71.6 
100.1 

159.1 

lf*3.6 

107.5 

129.5 

27.1 

18.1* 

53.6 

3U.2 

11.1* 
36.!* 
18.1 
368.7 
155.8 
98.0. 



83.O 

172.3 

72.9 

1*1*.!* 
67.5 
59.2 
26.!* 
109.1 
122.9 

18.0 
87.9 

31.8 

11*3.5 

1,311.3 



Pet. 



.93 
.58 



.61* 
.1*8 

.31* 



1.19 
1.39 
1.58 
1.1*1* 
1.56 
.63 
.88 
1.20 

.81* 
1.18 
1.36 
1.62 
1.27 
1.1*7 
.68 
.76 

.79 

.80 

1.06 



.78 

1.31 

.67 

1.02 

1.31 
1.21* 
1.11* 
1.12 
1.08 
1.19 

.98 

1.20 

.91* 
1.00 



5,175.2 1.06 5,512.2 1.10 



- 26 - 



Table 21. — Whole milk and skim milk products: Average 
certain Federal Order and State mar-kiting a 



daily sales and test in 
reas, 1959-1960 l/~ Continued 



Marketing area 



Whole milk and skim milk 
products combined 



1959 2/ 



Quantity 



M'fat 
test 



i960 y 



Quantity 



M-'fat 
test 



I960 as percent of 1959 1*/ 



Whole milk 



Skim 

milk 

products 



Whole milk and 
skim milk pro- 
ducts combined 



NEW ENGLAND: 

Boston, Mass 

Spfld. & Wore, Mass.... 
Southeastern New England 

Connecticut 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC: 

Federal markets in N. Y 

Niagara Frontier, N. Y. -S.. 

Rochester, N. Y. -S 

New Jersey -S 

Philadelphia, Pa 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL: 

Two Northern Ohio markets... 

Three other Ohio markets.... 

Two Indiana markets 

Chicago, 111 

Quad Cities, 111. -la 

Southern Michigan 

N. E. Wis. & Up. Pen., Mich. 

M ilwaukee , Wis 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL: 

MinneaDolis-St. Paul, Minn.. 

Four Iowa markets 

Kansas City, Mo.-Kans 

St. Louis, Mo 

Ozarks, Mo.-Ark 

Two South Dakota markets.... 

Omaha- Line. -C. P., Neb. -la.. 

Three Kansas markets 

SOUTH ATLANTIC: 

Wilmington, Del 

App. &- Bifid., Va.-W.Va.-T.. 

Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W. Va. 

North Carolina -S..... 

South Carolina -3. . .4/. 

Southeastern Florida 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL: 

Louisville & Paducah, Ky. ... 

Four Tennessee markets 

Three Mississippi markets... 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL: 

Central Arkansas 

Two Louisiana markets 

Oklahoma Metropolitan 

Red River Valley, Okla.-Tex. 

North Texas 

Five Texas markets 

MOUNTAIN: 

Two Colorado markets 

Central Arizona 

PACIFICt 
Inland Empire, Wash. -Ida.... 

Puget Sound, Wash 

Calif ornia-S 



1,000 
pounds 



Pet. 



2,1*71.9 3.67 

758.2 3.53 

1,U*2.1 1*/3.61* 

ij/2, 231.8 U/3.S6 



Total (71 areas) 6/ 



11,378.6 
1,073.6 

1491.1 

14,891.1 
2,21*6.9 



3,292.1! 
2,257.6 

508.14 
5,5Ui.8 

260.7 
3,h03.5 
1,039.2 

985.2 

1,315.1 

1,012.1* 

1,097.9 
l,23l*.8 
286.U 
162.1 
1*76.2 
661*. 9 

253.9 

281.6 
508.7 

2,077.8 
97U.6 

1,080.9 

7514.1 

1,21x7.3 

725.1 

31x2.1 
91*4.7 
822.7 
3l*0.0 
1,31*8.2 
1,961.9 

257.6 
839.5 

261*. 3 
1,337.6 

12, 961* J* 



3.50 
3.37 

3.55 



3.1x9 

3.1*1* 
3.30 
3.62 

3.39 
3.70 

3.1x9 
3.32 
3.3lx 
3.39 

3.30 
3.33 

3.33 
3.29 
3.59 



1,000 
pounds 



11,197.9 

1,076.7 

1x92.6 

lx,892.6 

2,222.8 



3.37 


3,269.5 


3.35 


2,31x7.8 


3.37 


523.1 


3.3lx 


5,51x8.6 


3.Hx 


261.5 


3.39 


3,1x12.0 


3.38 


1,01x7.3 


3.31 


990.6 


3.2lx 


1,31x0.3 


3.2lx 


1,027.9 


3.27 


1,116.1* 


3.21 


1,222.1 


3.29 


292.8 


3.21 


163.0 


3-25 


1x92.2 


3.28 


6724.1 


3. U8 


261*. 1 


3 -?2 


2814,0 
506.1, 


3.1x8 



2,270.2 

1,002.6 
1,098.2 

789.8 

1,271.3 

71x6.1* 

3U6.0 
939.14 
835.7 
350.0 
1,355.0 
1,956.5 

257.2 
872.7 

261.8 

1,339.6 

12,996.6 



Pet. 



2,1x814.8 
752.0 
1,1*51*. 3 3.60 
2,259.5 3.52 



3.1x9 
3.36 

3.52 



3.37 
3.3lx 
3.35 
3.33 
3.12 
3.39 
3.33 
3.30 

3.18 
3.23 
3.30 
3.18 
3.29 
3.18 
3.20 
3.26 

3.50 
3.29 
3.1x9 



3.1.8 

3.1x0 
3.28 
3.514 

3.1x0 
3.69 
3.1x6 
3.31 
3.30 
3.36 



3.30 
3.30 

3.28 
3.26 
3.59 



Pet. 

100 

99 

101 

102 



100 

100 

100 

98 



99 

10lx 

102 

99 

98 

100 

100 

99 

100 
100 
100 

97 
102 

99 
102 
101 

lOlx 
101 
100 
109 
103 
102 

lOlx 
102 
103 

101 
102 
101 
101* 
100 
100 

100 
102 

95 

99 

100 



79,826.5 3.1*5 80,305.8 3.1x2 



100.2 



Pet. 

109 

103 

96 

92 



113 
103 

106 



100 
101 

113 

110 
109 
106 
110 
115 

122 

110 
117 
116 
102 
116 
116 
112 

101 

102 

86 

109 
lOlx 
100 

115 

100 
101* 

101* 
107 

105 

98 
106 
101* 

97 
122 

137 

113 
101* 



106.5 



Pet. 

100 

99 

101 

101 



100 

100 

100 

99 



99 
101* 
103 
100 
100 
100 
101 
101 

102 
102 
102 
99 
102 
101 
103 
101 

101* 
101 

100 

109 
103 

102 

105 

102 
103 

101 

103 

102 
103 
101 

100 

100 
101* 

99 

100 
100 



100.6 



S- From State sources. 1/ Quantities include: Who le milk - plain and flavored; Skim milk produ cts - 
plain, fortified and flavored skim and D^rt skim, buttermilk and cultured specialties sold within defined 
marketing areas. For a list of markets combined, see page 31. 2/ Revised. 3/ Preliminary (December 
sales estimated), h/ Estimated on basis of data for June-Dec,, Southeastern New England; Apr. -Dec. 
Connecticut. 5/ Military sales excluded, bj Computed from unrounded data. Test computations exclude 
Boston, Springfield, Worcester, S. E. New England, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina and 
South Carolina. 

Compiled from reports of Karket Administrators and State milk control agencies. 

- 27 - 



Table 22. — Milk and cream r ixtures and fluid cream products: Averare daily sales 
and test in certain Fede ral Order and State marketing areas, 1959-1960 1/ 



Marketing area 



ice:. eni l.'.'D: 

Southeastern New England.. 
Connecticut 

MIDDLE AT LA NTIC: 
Niagara Frontier, N. Y.-S. 

Rochester, N. Y.-S 

Philadelphia, Pa 

T.i.F.1 NOPTH CENTRAL; 

Two Northern Ohio markets. 
Three other Ohio markets.. 

Tv.o Indiana markets 

Chicago, 111 

Quad Cities, 111. -la 

Southern Michigan 

N.E.Wis. & Up. Pen., Mich.. 

K ilwaukee, Wis 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL: 

Minneapolis-St.Paul, Minn. 

Four Iowa markets 

Kansas City, Mo.-Kans 

St. Louis, Mo 

Ozarks, Mo. -Ark 

Two South Dakota markets.. 
Omaha-Linc.-C.B. , Neb. -la. 
Three Kansas markets 

SOUTH ATLANTIC: 
Wilmington, Del 

App. & Elfld.,Va.-W.Va.-T. 
Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W.Va. 

North Carolina -S....^ 

South Carolina -S..2L 

Southeastern Florida 

EAST SOUTH CENTRAL: 

Louisville & Paducah, Ky.. 

Four Tennessee markets.... 

Three Mississippi markets. 
WEST SOUTH CENTRA L: 

Central Arkansas 

Two Louisiana markets..... 

Oklahoma Metropolitan 

Red River Val., Okla.-Tex. 

North Texas 

Five Texas markets 

MOUNTAIN: 

Two Colorado markets 

Central Arizona 

PACIFIC: 
Inland Empire, Wash. -Ida.. 

Puget Sound, Wash 

California -S. 

Total (66 areas) 6/ 



Milk and cream mixtures 



1959 2/ 



Quantity 

1,000 
pounds 



10.6 
N.A. 

8.7 

3.7 

11.0 

53.0 
31.9 

9.& 
211.9 

8.2 
70.1 
20.3 
16.9 



31.5 

m 

18.0 
5.0 
3.6 

XL. 6 

l5.li 



.9 
.6 

16.9 

3.2 

22.U 

6.7 
7.9 
7.6 

U.1 

6.6 
12.6 

3.9 
21. h 
28.5 

6.2 
Hi. 3 



5.8 

32.9 

366.1, 



M'fat 
test 



I960 3/ 



Quantity 



M'fat 
test 



Pet. 

li/H.7 
N.A. 

10.8 
10.7 
11.5 

11.3 
11.5 
12.2 
12.0 
12.2 
10.6 
12.6 
12.5 



12.0 
12.3 
11.9 
12.0 
11.6 
12.5 
11.9 
11.8 



11.6 
12.6 
11.8 



9.6 



12.1 
12.1 
12.7 

12.0 
12.3 
12.0 
11.2 
12.0 
12. 1 

11.1 
11.8 



12.2 
11.7 
12.0 



1,000 
pounds 



11.9 
N.A. 

9.8 

U.3 

H*.3 

58.0 
35.6 

9.7 

212.5 

8.0 

76.3 

20.5 
17.9 



31.3 
31.1 
19.1 

18.5 

5.2 

3.7 

15.1 

15.2 



l.U 
.3 

5.0 
18.U 

14.3 
26.7 

7.6 
8.9 
7.9 

U.3 

7.6 
13.0 

3.3 
22.1 
28.7 

6.1 
15.U 



5.7 

32.5 

360.9 



Pet. 



11.7 
N.A. 

10.3 
10.7 
11.1 

11.L 

11.5 
12.2 
12.0 
12.3 
10. h 
12.7 
12.5 



11.9 
12.3 
12.0 

11.9 
11.7 
12.7 
11.9 
11.3 



ll.U 
12.1* 
11.9 



9.1 

12.2 
12.1 
12.3 

11.9 
12.3 
11.9 
ll.ii 
12.2 
12. h 



11.5 
11.8 



12.0 
11.8 
12.0 



FluJc! cream products 
1959 2/ I960 y 



Quantity 

1,000 
pounds 



M'fat 
test 

Pet. 



36.6 k/25.2 
h/ 58.0 U/22.7 

10.8 2U.? 

5.1 2h.6 

37.8 22.2 



39.0 
19.1 

3.3 
55.6 

1.6 
Wi.h 

8.2 
11.5 

16.9 

is 

13.0 

.7 

1.2 

3.1 

2.5 

3.3 

.8 

2.6 

5.5 

3.7 

23.8 

3.9 

8.1 
2.7 

l.l 
6.9 
h. 9 
1.1 
9.8 
7.7 

1.7 
U.2 



2.8 
17.5 
86.7 



20.2 
21.1 
2li. 5 
21.2 
25.0 
19.8 
28.7 
2lw7 

28.1 
29. 1 
23. h 
19.6 
31.1 
29.3 
25.2 
26.6 



23.3 
25.2 
21.6 



21.1 

2L.1 
2li.9 
29.2 

29.1 
22.8 
26.3 
29.8 

28.5 

28.1 

26.0 
22. li 

27.7 
26.5 
26.7 



Quantity 

1,000 
pounds 



M'fat 
test 



31;. 2 
57.0 

10.1 

£1 



37.7 
18.7 

3.0 
5b. 7 

2.1 
lil.7 

8.3 
11.2 



18.3 
6.0 
9.2 

12.6 

.8 

1.2 

2.3 

2.7 



2.9 
.3 
2.5 
5.9 
3.1; 
2h.8 

U.O 
2.6 

1.5 
6.3 
5.3 
1.3 
10.2 
7.9 

1.3 
U.3 



2.3 
18.2 
90.3 



Pet. 

214.5 

h/ 22.0 

2U.3 
21.7 
22.3 

19.7 

21.2 
2U.6 
21.2 
22.3 
19.7 
29.2 
2lu6. 



27. h 
28.h 
23.1 
19.3 
30.0 
29.6 
25.6 
25.7 



23.9 
25.0 
22.0 



21.7 

2h.O 
25.0 
29.1 

28.7 
22.9 
26.0 
26.8 
28.6 
28.0 

25.9 
2U.0 



27.8 
25.8 
26.3 



l,l67.1i 11.8 1,199.7 



11.8 



581.0 23.7 



578. h 



23.6 



28 - 



Table 22. — Milk and cream mixtures and fluid cream products: 
and test in certain Federal Order and State marketing 



Average daily sales 
reas, 1959-1960 l/~ Continued 



Marketing area 



NEW ENGLAND; 
Southeastern New England.. 
Connecticut 

MIDDLE ATLANTIC: 

Niagara Frontier, N.Y.-S.. 

Rochester, N. Y.-S 

Philadelphia, Pa 

EAST NORTH CENTRAL: 

Two Northern Ohio markets. 

Three other Ohio markets.. 

Two Indiana markets 

Chicago, 111. 

Quad Cities, 111. -la 

Southern Michigan 

N.E.Wis. & Up. Pen., Mich.. 

Milwaukee, Wis 

WEST NORTH CENTRAL: 

Minneapolis-St.Paul, Minn, 

Four Iowa markets 

Kansas City, Mo.-Kans 

St. Louis, Mo 

Ozarks, Mo. -Ark 

Two South Dakota markets., 

Omaha- Line. -C. B. . Neb. -la. , 

Three Kansas markets 

SOOTH ATLANTIC: 



Wilmington, Del 

App. & Bifid., Va.-W.Va.-T. 

Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W.Va. 

North Carolina -S. ...,.,..., 

South Carolina -S...5_/. ... 

Southeastern Florida 

EAST SBUTH CENTRAL: 

Louisville & Paaucah, Ky. . 

Four Tennessee markets.... 

Three Mississippi markets. 
WEST SOUTH CENTRAL: 

Central Arkansas 

Two Louisiana markets 

Oklahoma Metropolitan 

Red River Val., Okla.-Tex. 

North Texas 

Five Texas markets 

MOUNTAIN: 

Two Colorado markets 

Central Arizona 

PACIFIC: 

Inland Empire, Wash. -Ida.. 

Puget Sound, Wash 

Cal if ornia-S. 



Total (66 areas) 6/ 



Milk and cream mixtures and fluid cream 
products combined 



1959 2/ 



Quantity 



K'fat 
test 



1960 2/ 



Quantity 



1,000 
pounds 

1*7.2 
U/58.0 

L8.8 

92.0 
51.0 
13.1 

267.5 
9.8 

lUi. 8 
28.5 
28.h 

U8.U 

37.0 
26.1 
31.0 
5.7 
1*.8 
17.7 
17.9 

a. 2 

7.0 
22.1* 

6.9 
L6.2 

10.6 
16.0 
10.3 

5.5 
13.5 
17.5 

5.0 
31.2 
36.2 

7.9 
18.5 

8.6 

50.1* 

1*53.1 



M'fat 
test 



Pet. 



% 



h/22.2 
/22.7 

18.3 
18.9 
19.8 

15.1 
15.1 
15.3 
13.9 
Hi. 3 
1U.2 
17.2 
17-1* 

17.6 
H*.6 
15.6 
15.2 
lii.O 
16.7 
Hi. 2 
13.9 

20.8 
19.8 
15.1: 



15.5 

16.5 
18.6 
17.0 

16.1 
17.7 
16.0 
15.3 
17.2 
15.8 

Hi. 3 
Hi. 2 

17.2 
16.8 
Hi. 8 



1,000 
pounds 

16.1 
57.0 

19.9 
9.1 

51.1 

95.6 

51i.2 
12.8 

267.2 
10.1 

117.9 
28.9 
29.0 

1*9.6 
37.1 
28.3 
31.1 
6.0 
U.9 
17.9 
18.0 

a. 3 

1.6 
7.U 

2h.3 
8.2 

51.6 

11.7 

16.1* 

10.5 

5.8 
Hi.O 
18.3 

5.1 
32.3 
36.7 

7.8 
19.7 

8.5 

50.7 

1*51.1 



Pet. 

21.2 
22.0 

17.7 
18.3 
19.2 

1U.6 
11*. 8 
15.1 
13.9 
Hi. 3 
13.7 
17.5 
17.1 

17.6 
Hi. 9 
15.6 
Hi. 9 
Hi.l 
16.3 
Hi.O 
13.9 

19.8 
18.7 
15.3 



15.2 

16.3 
18.0 

16.7 

16.2 
17.1 
15.9 
15.5 
17.1* 
15.3 



15.1 

Hi. 5 



17.2 
16.8 
11*. 9 



1,71*8.3 



15.5 1,778.1 



15.1* 



I960 as percent of 1959 



Milk and 

cream 
mixtures 



113 
117 
129 

109 

112 

99 

100 

97 
108 
101 

105 

99 
97 
109 
103 
103 
102 
103 
99 

155 
127 
113 
109 
151 
120 

111 
112 
101* 

105 
115 
103 
98 
101* 
101 



107 



99 



Fluid 
Cream 



h ilk and cream 
mixtures & fluid 
cream products 
combined 



Pet. 

93 
98 

91* 
100 



97 
98 
92 
98 

130 
91* 

101 
97 



108 
122 
108 
97 
121 



108 



9h 
95 

109 
91 

101* 

103 
92 

95 

107 

91 
108 
121 
105 
103 

108 
101* 

97 
101* 
101* 



Pet. 

99 
98 

102 
107 

105 

101* 
107 
97 
100 
102 
103 
101 
102 

103 
100 
109 
100 
106 
101 
101 
100 

102 
109 
106 
109 
119 
112 

110 
102 
102 

106 

103 
105 
103 
101* 
101 



100 
106 



101 
100 



102.8 



99.6 



101.7 



S- From State Sources. 1/ Quantities include: Mixtures - mixtures of milk and cream (excluding egg nog); 
Fluid cream - sweet and sour cream sold within defined marketing areas. For a list of markets combined, 
see page 31. 2/ Revised. 3/ Preliminary (December sales estimated.), h/ Estimated on basis of data for 
June-Dec, Southeastern New England; Apr. -Dec, Connecticut. 5/ Military sales excluded. 6/ Computed 
from unrounded data. Test computations exclude Southeastern New England, Connecticut, North Carolina and 
South Carolina. 

Compiled from reoorts of Market Administrators and State milk control agencies. 



29 



Table 23. --Average daily receipts Of Milk from producers, number of producers, and average daily 
rece ipts per producer in certain Federal Order and State marketin g areas, 1959-1960 1/ 



Marketing area 



Itecelpts from producers 



1959 



I960 



I960 

as % of 

1959 



Numoer of prodocers 



1959 



I960 



I960 
as % of 



Receipts per producer 



1959 



I960 



I960 

as % of 

1959 



NEW ENGLAND: 

Boston, Mass.. 
Spfld. & Wore. 
Southeastern New England.. 
Connect icut.i/ 



Mass. 



MIDDLE ATLANTIC: 
Federal markets in N. T. 
Biagara Frontier, N. I. 

Rochester. N. Y. -S 

New Jersey -S 

Philadelphia, Pa 



E. NORTH CENTRAL: 
Two Northern Ohio markets. 
Three other Ohio markets.. 

Two Indiana markets 

Chicago, 111 

Qi*ad Cities, 111. -la 

Rookf oi^a-Freeport, HI. . . . 

Muskegon, Mich 

Southern Michigan. .^/. 

Upstate Michigan 

N.E-Wis. & Up. Pen., Mich. 
Milwaukee, Wis 

W. NORTH CENTRAL: 



Duluth-Saperior, Minn. -Wis. 
Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn, 

Four Iowa markets 

Dubuque, Iowa 

Kaneas City, Mo.-Kana 

St. Louis, Mo 

Ozarks, Mo. -Ark 

Two South Dakota markets . . 

Eastern South Dakota 

Omaha- Line. -C.B.,Nebr.-Ia. 

Platte Valley, Nebr 

Three Kansas markets 



1,000 
pounds 

5,163 

985 

l,6ol* 

2,619 

25, 21*0 

2,037 

913 

3.021 

11,195 

5,075 

3,263 

999 

lii, 391* 

531 

11*6 

273 

5,601 

31*3 

1,376 

1,623 

1*83 
2,331* 
2,011 

137 
1,739 
1,898 

1*93 
389 
106 
807 
21*3 
1,186 



SOUTH ATLANTIC: 

Wilmington, Del 

App. & Bifid., Va.-W.Va.-T 
Clarksbg. & Wheeling, W.Va. 
Tri-State, Ky.-Ohio-W. Va. 

North Carolina -S 

South Carolina -S 

Southeastern Florida 

E. SOUTH CENTRAL: 



Ky. 



Louisville & Paducah, 

Four Term, markets 

Three Mississippi markets. 

W. SOUTH CENTRAL: 

Fort Smith, Ark 

Central Arkansas 

Two Louisiana markets 

Oklahoma Metropolitan 

Red River Valley, Okla.-Tex 

North Texas 

Five Texas markets 



1,000 
pounds 

5,336 
1,078 
1,650 
2,782 

26,559 

2,131 

933 

3,132 

F,U26 

5,222 

3,629 

1,079 

11*, 51*2 

519 

157 

277 

8,161* 

182 

1,388 

1,571 

1*77 

2,585 

2,067 

135 

1,851 

1,981 

521 

388 

91* 

81*1 

263 

1,296 



Percent 

103 
109 

103 
106 



105 

105 

102 
101* 
106 

103 
111 
108 
101 

98 
108 
101 
11*6 

53 
101 

97 



99 
111 
103 

99 
106 
101* 
106 
100 

89 
101* 
108 
109 



Number Number Percent 



Pounds Pounds Percent 



10,61*5 10,175 

1,709 1,783 

2,191 2,123 

3,188 3,132 

1*7,535 1*6,679 

3,231* 3,01*7 

1,21? 1.11*0 

3,21*0 3,111 

7,387 f,086 



10,779 


10,127 


7,663 


7,575 


2,078 


2,005 


19,570 


18,883 


857 


737 


181* 


192 


1*51* 


1*28 


11,012 


13,952 


611 


316 


2,061 


2,01*1 


2,039 


1,925 



1,201 
3,207 
2,983 

181* 
3,158 
3,1*35 
1,023 

1*60 

11*9 
1,31*1 

351* 
1,956 



106 
321* 
757 
169 

91*3 
228 

028 
1*1*3 
126 
335 
31*9 
929 



96 

101* 

97 
98 

98 
91* 
91* 
96 
96 

91* 
99 
96 
96 
86 

101* 
91* 

127 
52 
98 
9U 



92 

101* 

92 

92 

93 

91* 

100 

96 

85 

100 

99 

99 



a 85 521* 108 

576 605 105 

732 777 106 

822 888 108 



531 
630 
753 
932 
$68 

1*71 
1*26 
1*81 
736 
620 
793 
601 
509 
561 
661 
796 

1*02 
728 
671* 
71*5 
551 
553 
1*82 
81*6 

711 
602 
693 
606 



569 
699 
818 

1,007 
62* 

516 
1*79 
538 
770 
701* 
816 
61*6 
585 
577 
680 
822 



1*31 
778 
Z50 
797 
629 
6U* 

506 
876 
71*7 
630 
761* 
672 



107 
111 
109 

108 
110 

110 
112 
112 
105 
lli* 
103 
107 
U5 
103 
103 
103 



107 
107 
111 
107 
111* 
111 

105 

101* 

105 
105 
110 
ill 



21*8 


178 


72 


329 


215 


65 


751. 


829 


110 


553 


583 


105 


1,032 


1,01*5 


101 


536 


558 


101* 


628 


61*1 


102 


1,71*5 


1,685 


97 


360 


380 


106 


61*5 


689 


107 


1,809 


1,671* 


93 


357 


1*11 


115 


2,302 


2,1*51* 


107 


l*,063 


3,81*8 


95 


567 


638 


113 


981 


1,007 


103 


1,297 


1,221* 


91* 


756 


823 


109 


1,202 


1,286 


107 


101* 


103 


99 


11,558 


12,1*88 


108 


1,185 


1,505 


127 


2,197 


2,657 


121 


539 


566 


105 


2,123 


2,21*6 


106 


I*, 070 


3,972 


98 


522 


565 


108 


901* 


91*8 


105 


1,81*5 


1,661 


90 


1*90 


571 


117 


125 


120 


96 


258 


227 


88 


1*81* 


559 


115 


51*9 


561 


102 


992 


999 


101 


605 


656 


108 


1,377 


1,1*99 


109 


2,731* 


2,735 


100 


501* 


51*8 


109 


1,370 


1,1*83 


108 


2,1*65 


2,1*25 


98 


556 


611 


110 


1*23 


k$9 


109 


582 


573 


g8 


727 


801 


110 


2,1*68 


2,1*79 


100 


2,857 


2,619 


92 


861* 


?U7 


110 


2,292 


2,378 


101* 


2,351 


2,228 


95 


975 


1,067 


109 



30 



Table 23- -Average daily receipts of milk from producers, number of producers, and average daily- 
receipts per producer in certain Federal Order and State marketing areas, 1959-60 1/ — Continued 





Receipts from producers 


Number of producers 


Receipt 


,s per producers 


Marketing area 


1959 


i960 


i960 

as # of 

1959 


1959 


i960 


i960 

as $ of 

1959 


1959 


I960 


i960 

as % of 

1959 


MOUNTAIN: 
Two Colorado markets.... 


1,000 1,000 
pounds pounds 
376 1+29 
1,179 1,172 

1+1+2 450 
2,780 2,959 


Percent 
llU 
99 

102 

106 


Number Number Percent 
526 521 99 

1+32 *oo 93 

780 69I+ 89 
3,*85 3,3*7 96 


Pounds 

715 

2,729 

798 


Pounds 

823 

2,931 

61+8 
881+ 


Percent 
115 
107 


PACIFIC : 
Inland Empire, Wash. -Idaho 


111+ 
111 


Total (78 markets) h/.. 


112,760 120,000 


106.1+ 


189,885 186,91*+ 98. * 


59* 


61+2 


108.1 



l/ Quantities include receipts of milk from producers by handlers regulated in the respective market- 
ing areas. For a list of markets combined, see below. In Federal markets, producer-handlers not 
purchasing milk excluded. Previous year revised, current year preliminary. 2/ April-December only. 

3/ Area expanded February 1, i960, */ Connecticut excluded. 

Compiled from reports of Market Administrators and State milk control agencies. 



MARKET COMBINATIONS IN SALES AND RECEIPTS TABLES 



The following marketing areas have been combined in the sales and receipts tables of this report: 
Northern Ohio - Northeastern and Toledo; other Ohio - Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton-Springfield; 
Indiana - Fort Wayne and South Bend-LaPorte-Elkhart; Iowa - Cedar Rapids-Iowa City, Des Moines, North 
Central and Sioux City; South Dakota- Black Hills and Sioux Falls -Mitchell; Kansas- Neosho Valley, 
Southwest and Wichita; Tennessee- Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville; Mississippi - Delta, 
Central and Gulf; Louisiana - New Orleans and Northern; Texas - Austin-Waco, Corpus Christi, Central 
West, San Antonio and Panhandle; and Colorado - Colorado Springs-Pueblo and Western. 



Table 2l+ . -End-of -month cold storage holdings, dairy products, United States, 1956-60 



Month 



Creamery butter 



1956 1957 



1958 



1959 



I960 



American cheese 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 i960 



January. . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August 
September . 
October . . . 
November. . 
December . . 

January . . . 
February. . 

March 

April 

May 

June 

July 

August. . . . 
September . 
October. . . 
November . . 
December . . 



1,000 

pounds 

131,661+ 

97,907 

87,81+0 

76,882 

79,685 

110,318 

133,918 

118,217 

90,252 

62,261 

39,61+0 

25,103 



1,000 
pounds 

28,855 

31,9*6 

ho, 915 

61,996 

95,998 

1*7,013 

176,061 

171,815 

11+5,262 

126,921 

109,373 

87,312 



1,000 

pounds 

86,111+ 

87,681+ 

106,315 

115,51+8 

135, *92 

170,575 

190,1+39 

178,352 

11+5,671 

119,703 

93,3*7 

69,295 



1,000 

pounds 

63,708 

61+, 033 

63,29* 

82,278 

ld+,138 

138,221+ 

ll+8,o6o 

131,988 

93,012 

67,286 

1+6,690 

31,050 



1,000 

pounds 

33,992 

1+2,958 

61+, 865 

86,11+8 

119,117 

162,731 

179,861 

169,325 
135,5*0 
116,015 

90,587 
76,808 



1,000 
pounds 

1+69,336 
1+39,861 
*33,358 
1+26,887 
1+1+9,571 
1+83,883 
509,1+7* 
509,625 
1+92,61+8 
1+1+8,857 
1+1 !+, 606 
1+01,079 



1,000 
pounds 
386,921+ 
356,506 
355,658 
355,337 
391,152 

*2*,1*3 
i+5l+,50l+ 

1+66,815 
1+58,1+27 
1+29,1+1+3 
*0*,135 
376,618 



1,000 
pounds 

3**, 9*3 
318,1+1+1+ 
307, *87 
293,270 
295,55* 
315,778 
319,160 
315,275 
30l+,8i+2 
282,1+1+1+ 
256,1+05 
2l+9,0l+2 



1,000 
pounds 

235,998 
227,830 
226,083 
21+8,71+8 
272,216 
307,301 
330,626 
33*,26l 
327,126 
308,105 
281,033 
265,671 



1,000 
pounds 
21+5,755 
231,719 
228,222 
21+0,950 
267,071 
30*, 111 
315,728 
317,9*6 
30l+,237 
291,735 
287,718 
292,011 



Swiss cheese 



Other varieties of cheese 



7,376 

7,505 
7,196 
7,058 
6,710 
6,360 
6,850 
8,751 
8,79* 
9,317 
9,1+92 
9,9*8 



9,711+ 
10,321 
10,892 

11, *n 

11,2*3 

10,1+1+5 

10,1+72 

10,870 

10,291 

8,55* 

7,805 

7,058 



6,575 

7,185 

5,752 

5,513 

3,282 

5,189 

6,727 

8,869 

9,087 

10,501 

10,1+00 

10,59* 



10,1+70 

9,803 

8,562 

9,268 

8,1+37 

9,156 

9,500 

11,216 

12,017 

10,7*7 

10,795 

10,867 



10,61+1 

10,1+36 

9,557 

9,3*3 

9,796 

9,681 

10,055 

10,930 

11,*76 

11,969 

11,993 

11,782 



20,03* 
18,683 
19,867 
22,33* 
25,873 
31,262 
32,010 
32,1*2 
30,665 
31,211 
30,631 
30,055 



30,8*9 
30,752 
31,5*5 
3*,*95 
32,629 
36,200 
35,230 
35,595 
3*, 13* 
30,1+30 
28,737 
26,81+8 



29,013 
27,81+0 
26,63* 
29,566 
31,93* 
32,83* 
38,917 
38,882 
36,520 
3*, 898 
35,19* 
33,553 



23,001 
22,1+67 
22,626 
25,173 
29, *5* 
31,268 
31, *9* 
30,356 
30,719 
30,609 
28,387 
27,5*6 



26,891+ 
26,072 
2*, O56 
25,619 
30,656 
31,373 
3*, 32* 
30,038 
30,*76 
29,307 
29,093 
28,801 



- 31 - 



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE 
WASHINGTON 25, D. C. 

Official Business 



PO: 



3 1262 08856 6335 



Table 24. -End-of -month cold storage holdings, dairy products, United States, 1956-60 — Continued 



Month 



Evaporated and condensed milk 




Condensed milk 






(c 


:ase goods 


1) 




( sweetened and 


unsweetened) bulk 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


i960 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,000 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


pounds 


11,115 


12,011+ 


12, 388 


16, 104 


26,101+ 


6,818 


5,205 


7,840 


2,463 


5,132 


2,398 


l+,050 


4,455 


5,505 


16,537 


6,259 


4,433 


6,808 


2,288 


4,717 


2,756 


1,739 


2,907 


3,501 


10,414 


6,636 


5,110 


6,822 


2,699 


4,074 


5,830 


6,539 


3,759 


5,904 


9,439 


8,740 


7,342 


4,672 


3,203 


4,153 


9,600 


19,1+73 


9,539 


16, 440 


15,446 


12,433 


15,263 


8,875 


5,219 


5,063 


39,711* 


1+8,178 


29,878 


35,714 


22,224 


15,047 


19,090 


10,867 


8,003 


5,111 


8i,U07 


75,180 


50,991 


48,736 


29,729 


15,236 


19,219 


10,966 


7,909 


5,345 


99,531 


89,860 


58,992 


56,204 


50,021 


13,891 


16,505 


9,997 


7,184 


3,839 


105,1+90 


87,935 


58,01+8 


62,362 


50,577 


11,269 


13,150 


8,310 


6,930 


2,988 


98,765 


83,391 


54,11+0 


56,221 


47,613 


8,907 


11,873 


7,344 


6,365 


2,359 


72,542 


1+8,960 


51,243 


47,211 


40,726 


7,175 


9,822 


5,527 


5,882 


1,955 


38,567 


25,758 


35,603 


37,584 


33,470 


5,829 


8,605 


2,776 


5,786 


725 


Fluid cream 




Plas 


tic cream 




6,006 


5,911+ 


9,041 


5,089 


5,920 


570 


616 


1,716 


880 


1,322 


5,051* 


5,375 


7,968 


4,289 


5,791 


210 


468 


1,293 


523 


1,587 


6,099 


6,036 


7,717 


4,421 


6,419 


695 


573 


1,157 


806 


2,404 


9,821 


9,750 


9,327 


7,922 


9,329 


2,438 


1,912 


1,788 


1,357 


4,531 


16,331 


21,51+3 


16,266 


15,355 


18,431 


4,080 


4,697 


3,576 


2,6ll 


5,970 


25,299 


26,631+ 


25,878 


22,610 


24,626 


6,587 


6,078 


5,079 


4,033 


5,385 


26,603 


27,558 


22,554 


19,862 


23,365 


6,602 


6,061 


4,742 


4,353 


4,700 


22,1+90 


23,201+ 


18,919 


15,284 


19,991 


5,472 


4,844 


4,040 


3,696 


3,371 


18,278 


18,250 


15,837 


11,611 


16,987 


3,991 


4,106 


2,570 


2,351 


2,364 


14,073 


16,611 


12,794 


10,227 


14,057 


3,677 


3,470 


2,520 


1,801 


1,716 


9,oii+ 


13 233 


9,747 


8,042 


11,031 


2,075 


2,715 


1,526 


1,488 


974 


6,1+26 


10,51+8 


6,409 


6,174 


8,026 


982 


2,023 


824 


1,308 


499 



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